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Program for Monday, October 11, 2010 (#10-42)
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This Week's Program
Living Faith with Judy Zarick Living Faith with Judy Zarick
Producer Judy Zarick talks to Greg and Sean Marie Long from Ventura County, California. They  turned a devastating time in their lives into a ministry that focuses on Faith, Family and Fun. Greg wrote a children's book and together they have formed a ministry called, Laugh-A-Long Books.

Greg and Sean Marie Long

Ask a Franciscan Ask a Franciscan
Franciscan Father Don Miller answers these ethical questions: Could a person be denied the Eucharist for believing that the death penalty is appropriate? Must a young person give up an interest in music in order to become a priest or brother?

Marriage Moment Marriage Moment
ACR's "Marriage Moment" welcomes Commentator Roy Petitfils,  a counselor in Broussard, Louisiana, at Pax Renewal Center for Individual, Marriage and Family Therapy. He writes an internationally syndicated column, "Our Young Church" and is a sought-after consultant, facilitator and retreat leader. He’s the author of What I Wish Someone Had Told Me About the First Five Years of Marriage, published by St. Anthony Messenger Press. Roy lives with his wife, Mindi, and two sons in Youngsville, Louisiana.  His topic today is "In Sickness and In Health".

Roy Petitfils website

Minute Meditations Minute Meditations
Barbara Beckwith reads from The Four Teresas, by Gina Loehr, published by St. Anthony Messenger Press.

Exploring Our Faith with John Feister Exploring Our Faith with John Feister
John Feister's guest is Chicago-based author Joel Schorn, who discusses the life of Holy Cross Brother André Bessette, the first Canadian citizen to be canonized.

"God's Doorkeepers: Padre Pio, Andre Bessette, and Solanus Casey," a Servant Book by Joel Schorn

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