Bishop discusses the feast day on November 9, the Feast of the Dedication of the Basilica of St. John Lateran, the first Basilica ever built as well as the original and current Cathedral of the Pope, Bishop of Rome. Kyle and Bishop talk about the Basilica’s history and architecture as well as what you’ll find in the surrounding area.

Then it’s on to a reflection on tomorrow’s (November 9) Gospel reading, which shows Jesus overturning tables and casting our money changes as He cleanses the temple.

Bishop then talks about being in the middle of Vocation Awareness Week.

Listener Questions:
I was wondering how the Consecration of the Host works in the case of Perpetual Adoration? How often is a new one Consecrated? and What happens to the old one?
What are your thoughts on the teaching of Tai Chi, yoga, centering prayer, and other new age spiritual meditations being taught in Catholic circles?
Why don’t we eat meat on Fridays in Lent? Why meat?
How should we respond to people who acknowledge that human life beings at conception but think that the baby in the womb has no rights?

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