This week, Bishop and Kyle finish up their conversation about the remarkable lives of African-Americans who are candidates for canonization as we celebrate Black Catholic History Month. Learn more about: Servant of God Julia Greely, Venerable Henriette Delille, and Venerable Pierre Toussaint. To hear the first half of their conversation, check out the November 4th, 2020 episode.

Then Bishop shares highlights from his homily at the recent Mass for healthcare workers. The show wraps up with Bishop answering these listener-submitted questions:

It was disturbing to hear of the New Orleans priest who defiled the altar at his parish. The Bishop had the altar burned. Do you know anything about this process? Is it somewhere in Church law that altars can/should be burned in certain circumstances?
Can communion services be offered during these COVID times? It seems to be a great alternative for parishioners who aren’t comfortable going to Mass yet.
What happens to your guardian angel after you die?
If you choose to be cremated, do a majority of your ashes have to be interred?

We recently celebrated the Feast of Pope St. John Paul II. Do you have a favorite quote from him?

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