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Religious Liberty, Uplifting Stories (June 20)

The U.S. Supreme Court jolted the American legal landscape with its June 15 decision that equates sexual preference with sex discrimination. What’s that mean for employers and for our U.S. culture in general? Religious liberty advocate Montse...

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Dr. Alveda King and Father Roger Landry (June 13)

As the country continues to deal with protests and marches, and with political leaders calling for political reform and a national dialogue on racism, who are the voices that need to be heard? This week, we speak with Dr. Alveda King, niece of...

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Msgr. Charles Pope and Paul Kengor (June 6)

Media images for the last two weeks have shown a mixture of protest, rage, violence and destruction that have captured cities across our country after the unjust death of George Floyd, after being pinned down to the point of losing consciousness...

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Abortion ‘Essential,’ Churches ‘Not Essential’ (May 30)

Even in a pandemic, the battle over abortion in the United States is fierce. Abortion businesses have pushed to be recognized as essential services, and Planned Parenthood has applied for federal relief funds — but the Trump administration is...

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Churches Preparing for Next Phase (May 23)

Churches are re-opening across the country, but some of them are in defiance of their own state governors, and the U.S. Justice Department Office of Civil Rights is weighing in. Meanwhile, in Europe, similar battles are under way over when and...

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Coronavirus, Sacred Music and the Liturgy (May 16)

The power of music to comfort, to teach, and to help us lift our eyes and hearts to God is needed now more than ever. This week on Register Radio, we talk with two members of the Gloriæ Dei Cantores (Latin for “Singers to the Glory of God”), a...

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Scott Hahn: What Does the Bible Tell Us About Coronavirus and God’s Punishment?

In these difficult days, it is powerfully helpful for Catholics to remember the authentic Christian meaning of death and the resurrection of the body. Our Catholic faith can give us hope as we face our mortality, but too often we’ve lost sight of...

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Phyllis Schlafly and Mrs. America (May 2)

Even in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, the culture wars in the country continue. The late, great Phyllis Schlafly is being portrayed as an enemy of women and social progess in a new series on Hulu. And even as parents are homeschooling...

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A Locked-Down Church (April 25)

Across the United States, as governors are weighing how to safely lift shelter-in-place orders, Church leaders are exploring how to continue to care for their flock’s spiritual needs. We are joined by Register contributors Kate Scanlan, Peter...

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Archbishop Aymond and Coronavirus (April 18)

This week’s show features Archbishop Gregory Aymond of New Orleans, who on March 23 became the first bishop to announce that he tested positive for the new coronavirus. He spoke to Jeanette De Melo by phone on April 9 just hours before...