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McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish and Cardinal Newman (3/16/2019)

Pope Francis approved a miracle last month that will make Blessed John Henry Newman a saint. This week on Register Radio, we talk the Register’s UK correspondent, Kevin Turley. Plus, more than 50 years after its invention, the Filet-O-Fish...

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Fasting and Lenten Movies (3/9/2019)

Jeannette DeMelo talks with Catholic writer Emily Stimpson Chapman about fasting during Lent. Also Deacon Steve Greydanus recommends some movies to watch during Lent.

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Cardinal Pell, and Was the Vatican Summit a Success? (3/2/2019)

Did Cardinal Pell receive a fair trial? The Register Vatican correspondent Edward Pentin reports on this from Rome. Then Jeanette DeMelo and Matthew Bunson discuss the outcomes of the Sexual Abuse Summit, what lies ahead for sexual abuse reform...

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Summit on the Sexual Abuse of Minors (2/23/2019)

Bishops from around the world gathered in Rome for Pope Francis’ Summit on the Sexual Abuse of Minors to discussion a united approach to Church reform. Reporting on this historic event from the Eternal City is the Register’s Rome Correspondent...

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Abortion Laws in the United States (2/16/2019)

Louisiana pro-lifers experienced a setback last week when the Supreme Court blocked a state law from taking effect that would have required doctors performing abortions to hold admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. Jeanette DeMelo, Matthew...

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Pope Francis in UAE (02/09/2019)

Pope Francis visits the United Arab Emirates in a historic trip to the Saudi Arabian peninsula. What happened in the Muslim country? And what happened on the papal flight back to Rome? Did Pope Francis make news as he usually does? This week on...

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World Youth Day in Panama (2/2/2019)

Pope Francis returned from World Youth Day in Panama with a long list of tasks before him: the sex abuse meeting in February, finishing the reform of the Roman Curia, and heading out again into the Islamic world. This week on Register Radio, we...

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Catherine Hadro & Father Raymond de Souza (01/26/2019)

The 46th Annual March for Life drew a crowd of more than 300,000 to Washington, D.C., under the theme of “Unique from Day One.” It went barely noticed by the mainstream media which was focused on stirring controversy and dubious charges of...

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A Cardinal Crisis (01/19/2019)

As the Catholics of Washington DC await the appointment of a new archbishop for the Nation’s Capital, the retired archbishops of Washington – former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick and Cardinal Donald Wuerl – both remain in the headlines. This week...

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Political Change in Washington, DC & the Best Movies of 2018 (01/12/2019)

2019 starts with a political change in Washington, DC. The Democrats take control of the US House of Representatives for the first time since 2011. What does it mean for the country, political discourse, and the pro-Life movement? We talk with...