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Program for Monday, February 6, 2012 (#12-07)
American Catholic Radio celebrates Black and Indian Mission Appeals on this week's program. 



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Living Faith Living Faith
Producer Judy Zarick talks with Sr. Clissene Lewis a Yavapai-Apache and Pima Indian about establishing a religious institute to serve Native Americans in the Diocese of Phoenix, Arizona. It would be a first to have a Native American woman establish a religious community that ministers to Native Americans.

Sr. Clissene Lewis' website for her new order

Ask a Franciscan Ask a Franciscan
Franciscan Father Hilarion Kistner answers these scriptural questions: What do we know about the author of the Book of Sirach? Why does the writer of Ezekiel point out that Pharaoh was buried among the uncircumcised? How does the Church reconcile the Genesis accounts of creation with what science tells us, especially about evolution? Are we born again at baptism or is being born again a separate experience?

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. This week Sr. Rose will talk about Native Americans in popular culture, especially in the film "Smoke Signals."



Sr. Rose Pacatte, FSP

Minute Meditation Minute Meditation
Barbara Beckwith reads from Marriage: It's a God Thing, written by William P. Roberts and published by Franciscan Media.

"Marriage: It's a God Thing," by William P. Roberts, published by Franciscan Media.

Exploring Our Faith Exploring Our Faith
John Feister's guest is the Reverend Mr. Arthur L. Miller, Director of the Office for Black Catholic Ministries for the Archdiocese of Hartford. Deacon Miller is also Catholic chaplain at Capital Community College in Hartford, and president of the National Association of Black Catholic Administrators. He’s a retired businessman known nationally as a preacher and Catholic radio host, and is the author of The Journey to Chatham. This history details the brutal murder of Deacon Miller’s 14-year-old schoolmate Emmett Till, who allegedly whistled at a white woman in Mississippi in 1955. John and Deacon Miller discuss how our faith in Christ can help to heal racial divisions.

Rev. Mr. Arthur L. Miller, Director of Hartford's Office for Black Catholic Ministries

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