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A Presidential Shoutout and the Amazonian Synod (July 13)

It isn’t every day that you get a shout-out from the president of the United States, but that’s what happened to Sister Deirdre Byrne. This week on Register Radio, we’ll find out why. And, with the upcoming synod of bishops in Rome in October...

The Register and the Catholic Press (July 6)

Catholic journalists from across the country gathered in St. Petersburg, Florida, at the end of June for the Catholic Media Convention — best known for the annual Catholic Press Association Awards. This week on Register Radio, we talk with...

Summertime News (June 29)

Summers are traditionally quiet on the news front, but from the U.S. Bishops’ meeting in Baltimore to Supreme Court decisions, Summer 2019 is proving busy indeed. This week on Register Radio, we talk to Register correspondent Lauretta Brown about...

Gender Ideology, Amazonian Synod and China (June 22)

Edward Pentin brings us the latest from Rome, including a summary and analysis of the Congregation of Education’s latest teaching on gender ideology and the Vatican’s working document for the upcoming Amazonian Synod in October. And Jeanette...

Biden’s Backpedaling and Faithful Fathers (June 15)

Presidential hopeful Joe Biden was rebuked this week by his party for not going far enough to support abortion. The Register’s Joan Desmond brings us the story. And on a more hopeful note, just in time for Father’s Day, the Knights of Columbus...

Bishop Thomas Paprocki (June 8)

This last week the Illinois state senate approved one of the most radical abortion bills in America, allowing abortion in the Land of Lincoln up to birth. Bishop Thomas Paprocki of Springfield, Illinois, has responsed. This week on Register Radio...

Summer Movies and a Bounty of Priests (June 1)

This week on Register Radio, we discuss the best choices for summer movies with Register film critic Deacon Steven Greydanus. And then, seven priests ordained in seven years from one Ohio parish. What’s the secret?

Spiritual Ramifications of Abortion (May 25)

Abortion has moved back into the center of American politics and the struggle to protect the unborn has become one the biggest issues heading into the 2020 presidential election. The rhetoric is heating up as well, and so too is the spiritual...

The Sex Abuse Motu Proprio (May 18)

Pope Francis has issued new laws for battling clergy sexual abuse. Will they be effective? Will bishops be held accountable? And will lay people have a voice? This week on Register Radio, we talk to Register correspondent Lauretta Brown and CNA’s...

The Papal Heresy Open Letter (May 11)

This week on Register Radio, we talk to writer Joan Frawley Desmond about the Open Letter and the strong reactions it has provoked. And then, in a Mothers’ Day special, blogger Katie Warner discusses her series of interviews with priests about...