Rev. William Harmless discusses the life and legacy of Saint Benedict.
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The program first appeared in 2009.
Anthony Masalonis discusses the work and perspective on of Consistent Life Network, an organization he serves as a board member. Masalonis joined us via Skype.
Molly Mattingly discusses the ministry of liturgical music.
Mattingly is Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s Parish on the campus of Creighton University.
New Testament scholar Fr. Dennis Hamm discusses John the Baptist and his significance.
The feast of John the Baptist is June 24th.
The program first appeared in 2010.
Professor Gregory Beabout discusses the philosophical roots of Pope Leon XIII’s landmark social encyclical Rerum Novarum.
Beabout is Professor of Philosophy at Saint Louis University.
Dr. Michael Naughton discusses the relationship between contemplative leisure and the vocation of business.
Naughton is Professor of Catholic Studies and the Director of the Center for Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas. He is also the holder of the Koch Chair in Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas.
Dr. Fred Pestello discusses the efforts of Saint Louis University to deal with a protest/occupation crisis that erupted on SLU’s campus following the 2014 shooting death Michael Brown in Ferguson Missouri. Pestello, who is President of SLU, led an effort to deal with the crisis in a way consistent with the Jesuit, Catholic mission of the university.
Dr. Eileen Burke-Sullivan discusses the feast of the Ascension of Lord. Burke-Sullivan points out that, liturgically, the Ascension is as important as Christmas, but most people are unaware of the feast’s significance.
This program first appeared in 2010.
Dr. Gene Laczniak discusses the origin and content of the document Justice in the Global Economy: Building Sustainable and Inclusive communities, a recent publication of the Jesuit Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat.
Laczniak is Professor Emeritus of Business at Marquette University.
The Rev. Professor Francis J. Moloney discusses the history and charism of the Salesians of Don Bosco, which is his own religious order.
Moloney is Senior Professorial Fellow at the Australian Catholic University.