Hosts Kent Blankford, Mark Tuttle, and Timothy O'Donnell discuss the theoloical and philosophical role of the Global Catholic church
Catholic Radio Underwriter, Tim Shaw, an owner of The Celtic Cross Catholic Gift Shop in Indianapolis, talks about his passion for the faith in the first segment. Whether you're searching for a gift for that special person or just shopping for yourself, you'll find authentic truth and beauty in their magnificent products of faith. www.celticcrosscatholic.com
In the second segment, Naomi State, group coordinator of "Light Weigh One King" bible leader shares why the Catholic Faith based weight loss bible study is a great resource to become better stewards of our bodies. www.lightweigh.com
Betsy Wiley, Pres. & CEO, for the Institute for Quality Education and Gina Fleming, Superintendent of Catholic Schools, Archdiocese of Indianapolis, talk about the ways Hoosier families can gain access to quality education through the Indiana Tax Credit Scholarship program. For more information go to www.indianataxcreditscholarship.org
Hosts Timothy O'Donnell and Mark Tuttle will discuss the likeness and the diffrences between church and state. For more info, you can call 317-870-8400.
Cathedral High School Alumni Daniel O’Malia and Jim McLinn talked about how being a part of the Cathedral impacted their lives and those who attended. Current staff member McLinn talked about the upcoming Centennial Celebration events including a Grand Gala, Harvest Sock Hop, Family Fun Fest and more! www.gocathedral.com/100.
National chastity speaker and author, Jason Evert talks with Brigid Ayer and Jim Ganley about his ministry called The Chastity Project ( www.chastityproject.org). Evert suggests ways parents can teach their children about the beautiful gift of human sexuality, chastity, and protect their children from internet pornography. He will be at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, 10655 Haverstick Rd Carmel, Ind, Sunday August 26th. For more info call 317-846-3850. www.chasityproject.com
2 Parts - Little Sisters of the Poor celebrate 150 Years of serving the poor… and Southport Chief of Police talks about schools safety.
Sister Cecilia of The Little Sisters of the Poor in Indianapolis talks about The Little Sisters of the Poor's 150th anniversary and related local events.
Southport, IN Chief of Police, Tom Vaughn, talks about safety in local schools in light of rcent school shootings.