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Program for Monday, September 03, 2012 (#12-37)
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Living Faith Living Faith
Producer Judy Zarick speaks with Michael Pakaluk whose wife, Ruth, died at the young age of forty-one. Michael wrote a book about Ruth using her own talks and letters that demonstrate the tremendous passion she had for the pro-life movement.  Ruth, and now Michael, are beacons for the culture of life.  

Michael Pakaluk's book

Ask a Franciscan Ask a Franciscan
Franciscan Father Dan Kroger answers this pastoral question: How can a person determine what his vocation should be? 

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. Jesus says we are to take up our cross and follow him. Sr. Rose will show how the entertainment industry often tells stories about healing, hope and grace in ways that may surprise you.

Sr. Rose Pacatte, FSP

Minute Meditation Minute Meditation

This week's "Minute Meditation" segment was pre-empted in favor of the ACR donation appeal from host Fr. Greg Friedman.



'Ordinary Things, Sacred Meaning,' by Jeanne Hunt. A "Catholic Update" article published by FM.

Exploring Our Faith Exploring Our Faith
Continuing our pre-election series on faithful citizenship, ACR presents the second of a two-part conversation with Jesuit Father Allan Figueroa Deck, professor of Catholic and Latino Studies at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. Fr. Deck helps us prepare to bring our Catholic faith into the voting booth this November.

Allan F. Deck, SJ, professor of Catholic and Latino studies at Loyola Marymount University

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