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Setting Things Right Podcast for July 22, 2015

Setting Things Right Podcast for July 22, 2015

Today’s show explores two topics: Roads of Success (www.roadsofsuccess.org), a healing outreach to girls and women fleeing ISIS, with founders, Jacqueline Isaac and Yvette Isaac, and with Patti Smith, a Rachel’s Hope leader in the Diocese of San Diego and Nikolas Nikas, President, CEO and General Counsel of the Bioethics Defense Fund, the undercover Planned Parenthood videos that expose the possible sale of body parts from aborted children. Topics discussed with in-studio guests include:

  • The plight of minor girls and women in the Middle East who have been savagely abused by ISIS,
    The work of Roads of Success in providing material, emotional, and spiritual support to these refugees,
  • The extent of ISIS atrocities in the areas it controls,
  • Reaction to the undercover videos of Planned Parenthood that expose the alleged practice of selling body parts,
  • The effect these videos are having on many women who have had abortions.
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Setting Things Right Podcast for July1, 2015

Setting Things Right Podcast for July1, 2015

Setting Things RightToday’s show uses the all-call-e-mail format. Topics discussed include:

  • Possible redefinition-of-marriage fatigue and what to do about it,
  • Bill May’s advice on ending the defense of marriage and moving into the new territory of re-introducing marriage to society,
  • Where Justice Kennedy began his transformation that led to re-defining marriage in 2015,
  • Whether there can be a right to having children, and
  • Four listener calls on various aspects of the re-definition of marriage.
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Setting Things Right for June 17, 2015

Setting Things Right for June 17, 2015

Today’s show uses the all-call-e-mail format.  Topics discussed include:

  • Married couples divided by religious differences… Keeping the peace,
  • The travesty of public officials not defending Proposition 8 in the courts, which was passed by the majority of voters in California and added traditional marriage to the California’s Constitution,
  • The tendency of using the excuse of “not wanting to be a burden to family members” to disguise what is actually fearing loss of independence at life’s end,
  • What the Church has to say about water conservation rules being promulgated by the State of California,
  • Discussion of the new encyclical on the environment by Pope Francis, Laudato Si (Praised be),
  • The phenomena of younger Catholics being more likely to accept the redefinition of marriage, and
  • What the Catholic Church teaches on homosexuality.

 

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