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Program for Monday, November 14, 2011 (#11-47)
American Catholic Radio takes a look at the New Roman Missal, the changes and how it will affect our worship



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Living Faith Living Faith
Producer Judy Zarick interviews Amy Schneider from Lansing, Michigan. Amy's daughter, Sarah, has autism and needed special help to attend Mass with her family. Amy directs a group known as Our Lady of Grace Special Families Ministry. The ministry helps build awareness, improves understanding and meets the needs of children with special needs and their families.

Ask a Franciscan Ask a Franciscan
Franciscan Father Hilarion Kistner answers these scriptural questions: Why don't the Church-approved apocryphal writings appear in the Bible? Since the Bible has been translated so many times how can we trust what we read in it?

On Faith and Media On Faith and Media
Direct from Hollywood, ACR presents Sister Rose Pacatte from the Daughters of St. Paul. Her mission is to help people of faith understand what we’re seeing and hearing all around us. She’s an educator, author, movie reviewer for the Catholic press, and she’s won numerous awards for her passion to illuminate what’s good in today’s popular culture. Sr. Rose talks this week about the rhythms of life in the book by kidnap victim Jaycee Dugard. Her experience is related in A Stolen Life.

Sr. Rose Pacatte, FSP

Minute Meditation Minute Meditation
Barbara Beckwith reads from The Bible's Best Love Stories, written by Allan F. Wright and published by St. Anthony Messenger Press.

"The Bible's Best Love Stories," by Allan F. Wright, published by St. Anthony Messenger Press

Exploring Our Faith Exploring Our Faith
Our guest on today’s “Exploring Our Faith” with John Feister is Rev. Richard B. Hilgartner. He’s a priest of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, and became executive director of the USCCB Secretariat of Divine Worship in February of this year, after serving as associate director since 2007. He has served in parish ministry and campus ministry, and has taught undergraduate theology and seminary homiletics in the Baltimore archdiocese.  Father Hilgartner holds a Licentiate in Sacred Theology) from the Pontificio Ateneo Sant’Anselmo, Rome. He spoke with John about the introduction of the Roman Missal Third Edition in its English translation this Advent.
 


Rev. Richard B. Hilgartner, executive director of the USCCB Secretariat of Divine Worship.

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