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Program for Monday, February 01, 2010 (#10-06)
To celebrate Catholic Schools Week, we explore the importance of Catholic education in the U.S.



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This Week's Program
Living Faith with Judy Zarick Living Faith with Judy Zarick
Producer Judy Zarick interviews John Findlater, who has spent over 25 years working with Catholic schools as teacher and principal. He now offers workshops in Catholic schools to teachers and administrators relating the benefits and importance of a Catholic school education.

Ask a Franciscan Ask a Franciscan
Franciscan Father Don Miller answers questions: Is it possible for atheists to be saved?  Can a sin be forgiven even if we're too embarrassed to confess it?

Minute Meditation Minute Meditation
This program’s Minute Meditation is from Discovering Mary: Answers to Questions About the Mother of God, by David Mills, a Servant Book, published by St. Anthony Messenger Press.

Marriage Moment Marriage Moment
In support of the U.S. Bishops' multi-year Pastoral Initiative for Marriage ACR offers its weekly feature, asking a husband and wife to answer a question about the challenge of living their special sacrament. This week, nationally-known marriage ministers, retreat leaders, educators and motivational speakers Andrew and Terri Lyke discuss, "How can married couples put their relationship first above all other earthly relationships?"

Exploring Our Faith with John Feister Exploring Our Faith with John Feister
Franciscan Brother John Barker has a master's degrees in theology and Scripture from Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. He is currently pursuing doctoral studies in Scripture at Boston College. Brother John has written"God's Great Reversal: Key to the Gospel of Luke," published in the January issue of St. Anthony Messenger. You can find a link to the article at AmericanCatholic.org. He spoke with Producer John Feister about the Gospel of Luke, which we'll be reading in the liturgy throughout 2010.

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