Welcome to FranciscanMedia.org!
Listen to American Catholic Radio

Program for Monday, September 28, 2009 (#09-40)
ACR celebrates the 800th anniversary of the Franciscan movement, God's inspiration to St. Francis of Assisi to follow the Gospel way.

iTunes | MP3 | RSS | View Comments

American Catholic Radio Archive
This Week's Program
Living Faith with Judy Zarick Living Faith with Judy Zarick
Jeremy Stanbary produced a play called "The Vitae Monologues." The play aims to portray the traumatic effects of abortion in real-life stories about women and men.

Jeremy Stanbary's studio production website

Ask a Franciscan Ask a Franciscan
Father Greg Friedman responds to questions: How can we know that Jesus loves us? What is the sacrament of confirmation all about?

Minute Meditation Minute Meditation
This program’s Minute Meditation is from "Healing Troubled Hearts: Daily Spiritual Exercises," by Lyn Holly Doucet. SAMP

Marriage Moment Marriage Moment
Catholic psychotherapist and author Greg Popcak and his wife, Lisa, a professional educator and Life Coach, will answer the question, "What does the Church teach about contraception? Do smart people use it?"

Dr. Gregory and Lisa Popcak website

Exploring Our Faith with John Feister Exploring Our Faith with John Feister
Father Jose Rodríguez Carballo is the worldwide head of the Franciscan Order of Friars Minor, part of the Franciscan family. In June 2009, he was reelected for a second term as the General Minister of the Order. In that office he leads the 15,000 Franciscans, members of the Order of Friars Minor, living in 113 countries. Father Jose is a native of Spain, and holds advanced degrees in Sacred Scripture and Biblical Theology. He is also a member of the Vatican Congregations for the Evangelization of People and of Consecrated Life. On a U.S. visit in 2008, Father Carballo visited our studios in Cincinnati, where he spoke of the significance of the Franciscan movement's celebration of 800 years since the original inspiration of St. Francis to follow the Gospel way.

Connect With Us

Submit Your Question to Ask A Franciscan