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A month away from the National Eucharistic Congress, Dr. Edward Sri joins to discuss the ongoing pilgrimage and what this moment offers us all in light of his new book, What Do You Seek. Becket attorney Laura Wolk Slavis joins with a glimpse into a case revolving around campus encampments and 3 Jewish UCLA students that are finally getting their da…
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With the success of Hermanos de la Calle, a non-profit working indefatigably to help rescue the homeless from the streets of Miami, Narciso Muñoz tells us about his new project: working to help pregnant mothers in need with Hearts for Life, a maternity home opening soon in the Sunshine state. And the with the smashing box-office success of Jesus Th…
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Out with a new book that is currently topping the Amazon LGBTQ charts during 'Pride Month,' Mary Margaret Olohan of the Daily Signal joins to discuss "Detrans: True Stories of Escaping the Gender Ideology Cult." Revealing intimate details from actual young adults and teens who have detransitioned, the book offers a rare glimpse into euphemism known…
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With a new Lord of the Rings series coming this summer, we discuss J.R.R. Tolkien's great Catholic faith with Holly Ordway of Word on Fire. We also discuss the beauty of the divine as witnessed through the seasons with Emily Malloy out with a recent book by Theology of Home called Arranging the Seasons. Father Roger Landry also offers an inspiring …
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With millions discussing Harrison Butker's graduation speech at Benedictine College over Mother's Day weekend, we talk with Ashley McGuire about her take and why "it shouldn't be controversial to say that taking care of children, your family, and your home matters more than what you do to earn a living..." As a Cuban priest's silent protest was shu…
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With news this week showing how science was doctored to push gender affirming care to vulnerable youth, detransitioner Chloe Cole shares her testimony exposing the many lies she was told all in the name of medicine. We also discuss Christian persecution in Nigeria with Jacqueline Halbig von Schleppenbach and why the country has 'become a killing fi…
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With President Biden's latest moves to push gender ideology further into campuses across the nation, Mary Hasson of the Ethics and Public Policy Center joins to discuss how fraught this move is and how dangerous it is for students--especially females. As we near closer to the National Eucharistic Congress, Father Charles Trullols shares his excitem…
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With Florida's 6-week pro-life bill now in effect within the sunshine state, Dr. Grazie Christie chats with TCA colleague Ashley McGuire about what this means for mothers and doctors and why the Florida abortion amendment is radical and extreme ahead of the November elections. As Cardinal Fernández teased a new document on discerning apparitions, w…
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Columbia chaplain Father Roger Landry joins to discuss what he is witnessing amid growing campus protests as he is working to help quell fear within the community, saying Jewish students "feel very unsafe on campus, in the heart of New York City, which is the largest concentration of Jews outside the Holy Land." Touched by Catholic students offerin…
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As the latest papal document is still making waves, the TCA team chats about the clear line it draws when it comes to issue abortion, gender ideology, and assisted suicide. On the topic of surrogacy, the document states: "Every child possesses an intangible dignity that is clearly expressed...at every stage of his or her life," and the practice cle…
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With a new book exploring her vast experience within the Vatican, former ambassador to the Holy See Mary Ann Glendon shares insights about her time serving under 3 pontificates beginning with John Paul II, Benedict XVI, and Pope Francis. "In the Courts of Three Popes" discusses the role of women as it has evolved within the church, the task of bein…
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Marking 30 years since the passing of Venerable Dr. Jerome Lejeune this week, we talk with the president of the Lejeune Foundation in Spain, Mónica López Barahona and Pablo Siegrist about his cause for canonization as well as the tremendous work they are continuing in helping those living with certain cognitive disabilities. We also revisit with Ma…
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TCA colleague Maureen Ferguson joins on the real dangers of social media and why parents should come together and not allow children or teens to use smartphones. We also revisit with Alejandro Monteverde discussing Mother Cabrini with the movie still in theaters. Father Roger Landry offers an inspiring homily to prepare our hearts for Easter Sunday…
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Tim Carney traveled across the country asking families and experts the same 2 questions: why is parenting so hard now? And why are the results so bad? He discusses what he learned with the TCA team and so much more in his new book: 'Family Unfriendly: How Our Culture Made Raising Kids Much Harder Than It Needs to Be.' With a new movie coming to the…
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Marking Down Syndrome Awareness Month, we talk with Kate Ashbrook about her efforts to help adults with special needs through her organization, A Purposeful Day. As we enter into Passiontide, Father Jeffrey Kirby discusses the mental suffering of Christ as we get nearer to Holy Week. Father Roger Landry also offers an inspiring homily to prepare us…
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TCA heads to the movies ahead of the Oscars this weekend! With the long-awaited film Cabrini in theaters Friday, we talk with director Alejandro Monteverde about the life of this great saint who reminds us: 'You can serve your weaknesses or you can serve your purpose.' We also chat with film critic David Baird all about his book, Popcorn with the P…
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With the release of his new book, True Confessions, editor and EPPC scholar Fran Maier takes readers on a journey through the life of the Church with interviews with notable bishops, Catholic thought leaders, and his favorite: 'the invisible people in the church have the most interesting perspective.' Touching on topics that cause great division to…
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As we remember the brave witness of Hans and Sophie Scholl this week with the anniversary of the arrest and executions by the Nazi regime for the White Rose resistance, Dr. Paul Shrimpton takes us through the true history and the group's reliance on the works of St. John Henry Newman and St. Augustine. Father Roger Landry also offers an inspiring h…
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Word on Fire's Haley Stewart discusses the need for challenging children's literature. Inviting all readers to enter what G.K. Chesterton called “the glorious fairyland of George MacDonald," Haley discusses The Golden Key and why "children need to be steeped in fairy tales that don’t gloss over the dark and ugly parts of the world." We also talk wi…
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As we mark Black History Month, Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers offers his Catholic take on racism, what's wrong with critical race theory, and why a relationship with Jesus is what matters most. With Ash Wednesday kicking off the penitential season of Lent next week on February 14, the TCA team talks the true story behind St. Valentine, and how we can …
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With a new movie telling on Mother Cabrini in theaters March 8, filmmaker Alejandro Monteverde joins with a glimpse into this amazing saint's life who defied all the odds even with doctors saying she only had a year to live, reminding us all: 'You can serve your weaknesses or you can serve your purpose.' Considered patron saint of immigrants, Monte…
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As we mark one-month since the DDF's document on same-sex blessings, we talk with Father Jeffrey Kirby who offers a pastor's view of the new declaration lamenting the confusion that its sown within his own parish. As it's just been one week since the March for Life, Kathryn Jean Lopez of the National Review discusses the vibrant young pro-life move…
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As tens of thousands march for LIFE in our nation's capital, we talk with Brian Clowes of Human Life International about ways to build a true culture of life in our post-Roe world. With the liberal media embracing open marriages and promoting polyamory, Ashley McGuire joins to discuss the true beauty of marriage and family, pointing to statistics t…
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With March for Life events this month, we talk with Sister Ann Immaculee and Sister Marie Veritas of the Sisters of Life all about the profound experience at SEEK 2024 and what we can expect from the upcoming Life Fest! With the strong words from Pope Francis on the evils of surrogacy, we talk with Katy Faust of Them Before Us about the wounds that…
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With pro-life events kicking off across the country this month, we hear all about San Francisco's Walk for Life West Coast celebrating 20 years this January! Eva Muntean discusses headliners including Live Action's Lila Rose and pro-life momentum on the ground in California! As we remember Pope Benedict XVI marking one year since his passing, we re…
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