Bishop talks about the social evil of racism in this episode…..including Church teaching and how his time as pastor of an inner-city parish in Harrisburg, PA gave him first-hand experience with practical ways to unite cultures.
In late February, Pope Francis called the heads of the national conference of bishops from around the world to the Vatican to address the sexual abuse and leadership crisis wracking the church and the faithful. Kim Daniels is the associate director of the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life, at Georgetown University. She joins us today to talk about the meeting in February, about reform in the church and what we can look for in terms of next steps.
The Feast of the Transfiguration leads this week’s episode of Truth in Charity! Hear Bishop unpack this Luminous Mystery that offered Peter, James, and John a glimpse of Jesus’s divine glory. Then, it’s on to the Memorial of Blessed Solanus Casey, Bishop’s upcoming visit with Pope Francis, and a new website launched by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Late last year Mr. Carr, Director of the initiative on Catholic Social thought and public life at Georgetown University, wrote an article in America names "Eight lessons to help us move forward from the sex abuse crisis". As the heads of all the Bishops' conferences from around the world meet at the Vatican soon to confront this crisis, we invited Mr. Carr to join us and offer us his insights, both about this crisis and in relation to its broader work in his initiative at Georgetown.
Bishop talks about the highlights of his recent trip to Maryland for the fall meeting of U.S. bishops.
Hear more about how the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is prayerfully making changes on issues like the sexual abuse crisis and racism during their annual fall meeting.
On this pre-recorded episode of Truth in Charity, Bishop Rhoades talks about the mission of Catholic School teachers and how prayer and perseverance are virtues all the faithful are called to develop.
Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades, Bishop of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend and chairman-elect of the USCCB Committee on Doctrine, addresses the role the Catholic Church plays in healthcare and the misconception that Catholic teaching requires providers to “discriminate” against non-Catholic patients.
Bishop Rhoades offers his reflections on the history and requirements of the Introductory Rites as well as the Liturgy of the Word.
Pulmonologist Dr. Eustace Fernandes discusses his work as an intensivist taking care of patients in critical condition and how his Catholic faith helps him prepare patients and families for death