Tag Archives: Catholic Podcasta

Pacem in Terris at 50: Catholics and Human Rights


David Hollenbach, S.J. discusses the development of modern Catholic teaching on the subject of human rights.

Hollenbach holds the University Chair in Human Rights and International Justice at Boston College.

Medical Anthropology and Missionary Priesthood


Rev. Alexander Roedlach, Ph.D. discusses his dual role as a priest and medical anthropologist. Roedlach is member of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work at Creighton University.

Homeboy Industries


Homeboy Industries offers compassionate outreach and hope to young people seeking to escape from the cycle of gang violence in Los Angeles.

In the program this week, Homeboy founder, Rev. Greg Boyle, S.J., discusses his work and ministry with young people who are trying to find a life after gangs.

More information about Homeboy Industries can be found at their web site: http://www.homeboy-industries.org/

The Feast of the Annunciation


The feast of the Annunciation is March 25th. ¬†Scripture scholar and Creighton professor Dr. Susan Calef joins John O’Keefe and Wendy M. Wright to discuss the function of this story both in Luke’s gospel (where it appears) and in the Catholic tradition of interpretation.

Photo: “The Annunciation” by “Mr. Ducke” from Flickr (Used under Creative Commons license)