CHURCH LIFE TODAY
Bishop Frank Caggiano came to the University of Notre Dame to deliver a major presentation about promoting co-responsibility between the laity and clergy for the mission of the church.
Professor Richard W. Garnett teaches and writes about the freedoms of speech, association, and religion and constitutional law more generally.
Today I welcome a medical doctor and a bioethicist to talk about the developing situation surrounding the coronavirus outbreak.
Brandon McGinley writes about faith, culture, and politics from his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Fr. Mike Schmitz joins Leonard DeLorenzo on Church Life Today!
Thomas Curtin, joining us from his school community in Greenville, South Carolina
Our guest is Professor Gabriel Said Reynolds, professor of theology at the University of Notre Dame. Professor Reynolds focuses on Qu’ranic studies and Muslim-Christians relations in Notre Dame’s World Religions and World Church program. He joins me, Leonard DeLorenzo, to talk about this conference, the distinctiveness of theology, learning to disagree well, and much more, here on Church Life Today, a production of the McGrath Institute for Church Life.
We live in space, in time, among other people, with all kinds of needs and influence and desires. Our lives are connected, so that what we do and how we act impacts others. Even more, our environments matter. The places we live, the earth we inhabit, our homes. But do we think of ourselves in those terms when we consider media and communications? How do we practice responsibility for our communications ecology, especially in and for the Church? Our guest today is asking questions like that. He is Brett Robinson, director of communications and Catholic media studies at the McGrath Institute for Church Life.
Lindy Wynne holds a Master's degree in Pastoral Care and Counseling from the University of San Diego. Lindy has worked in professional ministry for over fifteen years, most recently as Associate Director of Campus Ministry at Loyola Marymount University. She has also worked as a teacher and campus ministry at two all-girls, Catholic high schools: Notre Dame, Belmont and the Academy of our Lady of Peace, San Diego.
My three guests are not here in the studio, nor are they joining me by phone. Instead, they are with us in their preaching. This episode is built around Advent and Christmas Sermons of the Saints. My guests will be the great British intellectual and churchman St. John Henry Newman; the martyred pastor of Munich, Fr. Alfred Delp; and the martyred archbishop of San Salvador, St. Oscar Romero.