Setting Things Right

Setting Things Right Podcast for March 30, 2016

Setting Things Right Podcast for March 30, 2016

Today’s show uses the caller/e-mail format.  Topics discussed include:

  • Reporting on Holy Thursday Foot Washing, Good Friday Walk with the Suffering Stations of the Cross, and the Pro-life Good Friday Stations of the Cross,
  • IRS rules involving faith community participation in public policy and elections,
  • Tribute to Mother Angelica who died on Easter Sunday,
    Report on Around the World Gifts – Evangely Aliangan-Ward and Garrett Ward,
    Letter from a Brussels terrorist attack to her unborn child, and
  • Update on voter guides in California,
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Setting Things Right Podcast for March 16th, 2016

Setting Things Right Podcast for March 16th, 2016

Today’s show uses the caller/e-mail format.  Topics discussed include:

  • The five-year anniversary of the STR show,
  • Raising the level of political discourse in view of the Year of Mercy,
  • Bishop McElroy’s participation in the upcoming foot washing of janitors sponsored by the Interfaith Center for Worker Justice, on Holy Thursday, March 24, 2016, at the San Diego Civic Center Plaza,
  • Whether men with mental illness can become priests,
    Distinguishing between mental illness and demonic possession,
    Whether Mother Therese of Calcutta was realistic in her service to poor mothers and families, given that she opposed artificial contraception and abortion,
  • How the shortage of priests plays out in the Bishop’s placing of priests as pastors, and
    The work of the Interfaith Shelter Network http://interfaithshelter.org.
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Setting Things Right Podcast for March 9, 2016

Setting Things Right Podcast for March 9, 2016

Today’s show uses the caller/e-mail format.  Topics discussed include:

  • An Oaxaca Education Fund fundraiser – visit www.oaxacaeducationfund.org ,
  • Two Good Friday Stations of the Cross events in Downtown San Diego – visit www.socialministrysandiego.com
  • Voting or not voting when no candidates are deemed respectable,
  • The morality of bariatric surgery, and
  • Catholic university speakers who openly espouse ideas and practices that are abhorrent to those with moral sensitivities.
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