April 20, 2016
This week’s episode:
“Blessed are They”: Blessed Anne Marie Javouhey
“Among Women” Guest: Kathryn Jean Lopez
This week we look at an important book and subject that will help us in this election year, or whenever we need to discuss the Catholic faith in a public setting, or at a cocktail party, or among friends and family — How to Defend the Faith Without Raising Your Voice. Today my guest is co-author of the book, syndicated columnist and NRO Editor-at-large, Kathryn Jean Lopez. I’ve been blessed by this book’s great principles, and I hope you will be too! Plus we’ll look at the life and social action of Blessed Anne Marie Javouhey.
Links for this episode:
Book: How to Defend the Faith Without Raising Your Voice: Civil Responses to Catholic Hot Button Issues by Austin Ivereigh and Kathryn Jean Lopez. Look for the updated and revised edition from 2015.
OSV’s pamphlet “10 Principles of Civil Communication”
Kathryn Jean Lopez’ columns at National Review Online
Kathryn Jean Lopez’ columns at Catholic Pulse
K-Lo at Large: Blog by Kathryn Jean Lopez
Saints and Social Justice: A guide to changing the world, by Brandon Vogt
Books on Catholic spirituality for women – on sale at Ave Maria Press til June 19, 2016.
Other shows of related interest:
AW 124 Special Edition on Religious Freedom with Kathryn Lopez and Elizabeth Scalia
AW 140 has some excerpts St Maria Faustina who brought us the Divine Mercy chaplet and more. (Adult Programming Note: the AW interview on that podcast talks with Dawn Eden, and we discuss healing sexual wounds.)
AW Espresso Shot #8: Praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet
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