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Is Distributism just a quaint theory about how things ought to be? Is it practical? Is it doable? Can we take steps here and now to start moving us in that direction?
About the Guest: Richard Aleman is the president of The Society for Distributism, a contributing editor for Gilbert Magazine, The Remnant, and he blogs at St. Austin Review‘s Ink Desk. A native Catalonian and former United States Marine, Richard resides in New
Even after his death, Venerable Fulton J. Sheen continues to influence Catholics even to this day. Gifted in his words, his impact has been long lasting. Join us as we discuss his life, his wit and his teaching.
About the Guest: Allan Smith is the producer and Host of "Your Life is Worth Living" and the Holy Rosary radio programs on AM530 CIAO (Toronto) and FM98.5 CKWR (Waterloo) and operates the website www.bishopsheentoday.com.
Who is this "Chesterton" guy that so many Catholics seem to quote all the time? Why should anyone care about him in this modern era? Join us as we explore this question with Sean P. Dailey and ask, "Why Chesterton?"
About the Guest: Sean P. Dailey has been the editor-in-chief of Gilbert Magazine. Prior to that he was a reporter and religion page editor for the NewsTribune in La Salle, Illinois, and a police reporter and education reporter for The State Journal-Register in Springfield, Illinois. A a veteran of the US Marine Corps, Sean lives in Springfield with his family.
Who helps priest with special needs when they might not be getting support from their diocese? Opus Bono Sacerdoti is a Catholic charity that assists bishops, religious superiors, and Vatican officials in finding solutions for the proper care and treatment of priests who are experiencing difficulties.
About the Guest: In April of 2002, Mr. Maher founded Opus Bono Sacerdoti with two other businessmen and a Catholic priest in Detroit, Michigan. Prior to that, he was responsible for the founding and senior level management of a variety of companies including financial firms, multimedia and entertainment companies and career outplacement services.
Do you feel stuck in a rut in terms of your spiritual life? Have you thought about having a Spiritual Director? Do you know what one is? How does it benefit you and how do you find the right one?
About the Guest: Dan Burke is an author, speaker and the Executive Director of the National Catholic Register. and has just finished his latest book, Navigating the Interior Life - Spiritual Direction and the Journey to God. Dan's journey began in Judaism, matured into a living relationship with Christ as a Protestant, and after fifteen years of exploration has found his home in the Catholic Church.
The current economic debate seemingly settles across lines of Capitialism or Sociailsm. But are these our only choices? Are they even really choices at all? Join Professor John Médaille as we discuss Distributism. What is it and how can it help?
About the Guest: John Médaille is an adjunct instructor of Theology at the University of Dallas, and a businessman in Irving, Texas. He has authored the book The Vocation of Business, edited Economic Liberty: A Profound Romanian Renaissance and just completed Toward a Truly Free Market: A Distributist Perspective on the Role of Government, Taxes, Health Care, Deficits, and More.
"There ain’t no resurrection without that walk up Calvary." Hear Stephen DeVol tell his story of the depths of addiction and how Christ can and will heal if He is sought.
About the Guest: Stephen DeVol is a recovering addict and Executive Producer at the Catholic Internet Television Network. Part of the Catholic Worker Movement, Stephen operates a worker house for recovering addicts.
Do you want to know what it takes to become a Catholic Apologist? How should you study? What demeanor does it take? How can you become successful? Join us as we discuss this topic with our guest Victor R. Claveau.
About the Guest: Victor R. Claveau, MJ has been a full-time Catholic evangelist since 1989 and is a graduate of the Diocese of Melbourne School of Evangelization. As the Director of Catholic Footsteps “The Evangelization Station” in Angels Camp, California, he has lectured on Catholic belief and evangelization both nationally and internationally.
He is the editor/author of Welcome Home; On Holy Ground: Church and Mass Etiquette; Birth Control and Abortificients; Bible Sabotage; Scripture Through History; The 7% Solution: and A Guide to Evangelization at the Parish, Community or Diocesan Level. He has also written articles for Homiletic and Pastoral Review, Lay Witness, Columbia, Christian Order, The Catholic Response and This Rock magazines.
Victor has been gifted with the ability to take difficult theological concepts and make them understandable to the average layperson. A consummate storyteller, he will inspire you to become a confident apologist and evangelist.
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Should an Army Lieutenant Colonel be permitted to teach a class that is critical of radical Islam at a military university for graduate learning? The Department of Defense doesn’t think so. Army Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Dooley, a combat veteran, was removed for cause and called “academically irresponsible” by the nation's highest ranking military officer after his class at the National Defense University came under criticism from Islamist Groups. Is there academic freedom at the National Defense University and how does their stance coincide with the guidance to instructors that ““no subject or issue is considered taboo.”
About the Guest: Thomas J. Lynch is Director of Mission Advancement at The Thomas More Law Center. He was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army following graduation from West Point in 1982 with a BS in Engineering. On Active Duty for almost 6 years, he served as a Field Artillery officer and Forward Observer Team Chief with the Rangers. Transferring to the reserves, he retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in 2010. Besides his military experience, Lynch has held executive positions in sales, distribution, product management, global sourcing, manufacturing and real estate.
The Thomas More Law Center is a national public interest law firm whose mission is to preserve and promote America’s Judeo-Christian heritage and moral values, a strong national defense, and an independent and sovereign United States of America.
Because men are not on-demand romantics, Valentine’s Day can be so stressful for our guys! It makes him anxious, he feels dictated to, measured; like he’s being set up to lose. That’s not good… for you or your darling man!
Jed Diamond, Ph.D., L.C.S.W., is Founder and Director of MenAlive, a health program that helps men, and the people who love them, to live well throughout their lives.
He is a pioneer in the field of male-gender medicine. Since its inception in 1992, Jed has been on the Board of Advisors of the Men’s Health Network. He’s a member of the International Society of Men’s Health and a founding member of the American Society of Men’s Health.
Jed has been a licensed psychotherapist for over 40 years and is the author of ten books including the international best-selling Male Menopause which has been translated into 17 foreign languages. He is also the author of Stress Relief for Men: How to Use the Revolutionary Tools of Energy Healing to Live Well.
Jed is the only male columnist writing for the National Association of Baby Boomer Women. He also blogs for the Huffington Post, The Good Men Project, Scribd, Menstuff, ThirdAge, and other venues.
Jed can be found sharing his men’s health wisdom via his website, MenAlive and on Facebook and Twitter – please swing by and say hello!
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