On this episode, Bishop and Kyle celebrate Christmas… and New Year’s - or the Solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God - by diving deep into the different titles for both Jesus and our Blessed Mother. Bishop also talks about his recent trip to Rome to visit Pope Francis.
My guest today is Robert Duncan, who is completing a documentary on Guardini’s “Letters from Lake Como”, that deal deeply with the questions of technology and culture. Robert Duncan is an award-winning multimedia journalist from the Rome Bureau of Catholic News Service. He was born and raised in North Carolina, he studied film, television, journalism and philosophy at New York University. He now resides in the countryside near Rome with his family.
Bishop Rhoades talks about his message for the youth of our diocese as they are confirmed in the Holy Spirit.
First, OB/GYN Dr. Christine Hemphill of Harrisburg, PA reflects on the Vatican-sponsored forum “Humanity 2.0” on Maternal Health she attended in Rome back in April 2018. She explains the conversations and plans she participated in about how doctors and laypeople can work together to improve care for mothers and babies, including the role tenderness can play in health.