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Coronavirus and Homeschooling (March 28)

In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, most people are at home — working, schooling and trying to stay busy and well. How can Catholic families who find themselves “homeschooling” during this time make the time truly productive? What are...

Coronavirus, Italy and Sacred Music (March 21)

With the coronaviris pandemic now reaching every corner of the globe, how are Catholics able to respond? This week on Register Radio, we talk to Register correspondent Solene Tadie about the situation in Europe, especially Italy and France. And...

Coronavirus and Socialism in the U.S. (March 14)

With the world now facing a Coronavirus pandemic, Catholic Churches, schools and organizations are taking action.

Coronavirus, Abortion Case, Emily Stimpson Chapman (March 7)

COVID-19 is spreading across the globe and impacting how Catholics live and worship. The Supreme Court hears arguments in a case that could bring us closer to ending the scourge of abortion. And we hear from Emily Stimpson Chapman on how our...

Goodbye Dan Burke (Feb. 29)

Dan Burke came to the National Catholic Register in 2008. He’s seen the newspaper through hills and valleys. Now he’s heading to another pasture. This is his last week as head of EWTN News. And here on Register Radio, a show he started nine years...

Messy Family Project, Fr. John Paul (Feb. 22)

Raising a family is a blessed and important vocation. But it can also be messy. This week on Register Radio we talk with Mike and Alicia Hernon, founders of the Messy Family Project. And then Fr. John Paul Mary reminds us of the meaning of...

Querida Amazonia (Feb. 15)

Pope Francis released his post synodal letter on the Amazon this week. We look at what he actually wrote, and what it means for the Amazon and the Universal Church with Register Rome correspondent Edward Pentin and Register contributor Fr....

Buffalo Seminary, Coronavirus, Super Bowl (Feb. 8)

In a week full of impeachment, the State of the Union address and the official start of the 2020 presidential campaign, there were other stories overshadowed by the news but worthy of attention. This week on Register Radio, we look at three...

Catholic Schools Week (Feb. 1)

As Catholic students across the country celebrate Catholic Schools Week, many Catholics are watching a case that was heard before the Supreme Court heard oral arguments Jan. 22 that could change the landscape of school choice and bring an end to...