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Fun Thursday Morning Glory with Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee!

We kick off your Thursday with all the news of the day including the recent shootings in Charlotte and Tulsa, and the latest on the terror attack in NYC.. We’ll also look at the Pope’s telegram regarding the two Mexican priests that were brutally murdered after being kidnapped over the weekend.

We talk with Lucy Beckett about her new book, The Time Before You Die. She’s a British woman and this is her first novel out now on Ignatius Press. The book examines the Reformation and some of the persecution felt by clergy and nuns.

We’ll also get the latest on the prosecution of Stem Express, the tissue procurement company tied to Planned Parenthood with the Chairwoman of the Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives, the Honorable Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn, representing the 7th district of Tennessee. She can also fill us in on what’s next for the University of New Mexico where students used fetal tissue during a summer class–very important work all a by-product of David Daleiden’s investigative journalism!

We’re blessed to have with us tomorrow in-studio, Sister Clare Hunter of the Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist–she’ll be telling us all about her order, their charism, and the great work she does for the Diocese of Arlington!

We look forward to starting the day with you! Find us on Facebook, tweet to us via @EWTN, comment here, or email directly: MorningGlory@EWTN.com!

‘See’ you bright and early!

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Alyssa Murphy


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Fun Morning Glory tomorrow with Former NFL Coach Tom Coughlin!

Join us for Morning Glory tomorrow 7am ET as we kick off your Wednesday with Father Thomas Petri joining us! We’ll discuss the latest with the suspect now behind bars and what 2016 political candidates are saying about terror.

We’ll be joined by Mary Shovlain LIVE from Assisi where the Pope is now for the World Day of Prayer. We’ll get the latest from her on all things Vatican!

September is Child Cancer Awareness Month! We’ll talk to Former NFL Coach to the New York Giants, Tom Coughlin about his Jay Fund. The group helps families that are dealing with their own children having cancer.

With all the news coming out the UN Summit on Refugees and Migrants, we’ll also be joined by AVSI’s Giampaolo Silvestri on what the UN is now doing for refugees. An agreement has been reached and he’ll share all the details as well as all the wonderful work AVSI does internationally for those that must flee their homeland.

We hope to hear from you! Find us on Facebook, Twitter @EWTN, or email directly: MorningGlory@EWTN.com

See you bright and early!

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Alyssa Murphy


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Fun Morning Glory tomorrow with SBA President Marjorie Dannenfelser!

Join us tomorrow morning on the EWTN airwaves as we discuss big news on the Trump campaign with Susan B. Anthony President Marjorie Dannenfelser being plucked for the Pro-Life Coalition! We’ll discuss where each candidate stands on all things life and discuss some exciting times in Birmingham over the weekend with the EWTN Family Celebration where now, in Irondale, you can drive on Mother Angelica Way!

Other guests include Stephen Herreid of http://www.catholicvote.org on how Christians are being left out in the cold when it comes to the refugee settlement program. Of the 1,037 Syrian refugees the U.S. took in during May of this year, 1,035 were Muslims; two were Christians. We’ll look at why this is and what might be done about it. If you want to read his piece, here’s the link

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. We’ll be joined by a spouse who survived her own husband’s suicide to discuss how her spirituality has kept her grounded during this tragedy. Kim Ruocco of Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors to learn about the work TAPS does across the nation for those suffering with thoughts of suicide and help for surviving family members when someone does very sadly take their own life. Read more about TAPS here.

We aim to have enlightening and heartfelt conversations about the issues plaguing our world and find the Catholic perspective in all. You are a critical part of that conversation. Please find us on Facebook, write to us via Twitter @EWTN, or email directly at MorningGlory@EWTN.com!

Thank you for being part of the Morning Glory Family!

See you bright and early!

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Alyssa Murphy


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Fun Friday Morning Glory with Sister Constance Veit of Little Sisters of the Poor!

Join us tomorrow morning as we discuss the big news stories of the day including the Pope issuing a motu proprio harmonizing the Canon codes and his beautiful words about the Blessed Mother on this day, Our Lady of Sorrows. We’ll also take a look at what’s happening on the campaign trail as Clinton went back to work today discussing her illness and Trump discussed his thoughts on the economy in New York. A sad story out of Maryland where a mother has been committed for killing her two children, claiming she was performing an exorcism–we’ll look at the reality of exorcisms and find out why these are always handled by a priest.

Guests include Sister Constance Veit! She’ll be in-studio with us discussing the fight she is leading for the Little Sisters of the Poor as the ACA attacks their religious freedom. She will be part of a panel with Kathryn Jean Lopez on what makes great citizenship–so we’ll touch on the importance of virtues as well.

Tomorrow is Constitution Day! How well do you know this historic and breathing document that is the framework for our freedom? We’ll dispel some of the myths around this living work with Constitution expert David Azerrad of the Heritage Foundation.

There’s a big conference coming up in October that touches on the important work of Catholic physicians. We’ll talk with Dr. Mary Andrews about the joy and privilege of being a Catholic doctor and find out what her challenges are in this era of restrictions and government mandates.

We have our beloved ‘deep’ friend Dominican, Father Aquinas Guilbeau back with us tomorrow. He’s been busy teaching classes on Theology at the Dominican House of Studies so make sure to tune in for all the wonderful words of direction he offers.

We love hearing from you! Should you have comments, suggestions, topics you’d like us to discuss–even prayer requests! Feel free to share here by leaving a comment, find us on Facebook, and Twitter @EWTN, or email directly: MorningGlory@EWTN.com.

Thank you for being part of our family and we’ll be looking for you bright and early!

God bless you!

Alyssa Murphy


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Dr. Italy joins us for Morning Glory tomorrow 7am ET on EWTN radio!

Kick off your week with the Morning Glory team as Brian Patrick returns with his illustrious voice now well-rested! We’ll discuss some of the major stories over the weekend including the President’s Military Academy now investigating the West Point football team about whether or not they prayed after a game. This story comes into the headlines as Trump bashes the media for mocking Christians at the Values Voter Summit. We’ll discuss the event with Marjorie Dannenfelser of the Susan B. Anthony List.

We’ll also reflect on the weekend’s events commemorating 15 years since the tragic terror attack at the World Trade Center. Marcellino D’Ambrosio of the Crossroads Initiative joins to discuss terror and the victory of the cross–in these times of fear and animosity.

We also explore a new book by Michael D. O’Brien called A Fool in New York City, a new gripping novel out now on Ignatius Press. Check it out now on the http://www.EWTNRC.com website!

The conversation is always a two way street! We love to hear from you–find us on Twitter @EWTN, like us on Facebook, or email directly to the show: morningglory@ewtn.com!

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–Alyssa Murphy


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Kicking off your Thursday on EWTN radio with Christine Goss!

Join us for Morning Glory tomorrow at 7am ET on the EWTN airwaves! We’ll be discussing the major news stories of the day including Trump’s meeting in Mexico and a storm brewing along the Gulf Coast in Florida! We have our beloved Father Bjorn Lundberg back with us gearing up for school starting soon at Saint John Paul the Great High School in Dumfries!

With Labor Day approaching, we’ll have Dr. Chad Pecknold with us from Catholic University of America discussing the Catholic approach to labor and economics. We’ll discuss the Church’s teachings on this topic including Catholic Social Doctrine..

A recent ban in France of ‘burkinis’ just occurred over the summer months. Christine Goss thinks we should be concerned about the implications of this ban on our own religious liberty – she joins from the Conservative Review to discuss!

We’ll also talk all things pro-life with Jeanne Mancini of March for Life. Recently, pro-choice groups have petitioned the UN to declare an International Safe Abortion Day – we’ll discuss what this is all about and the dangerous dark rooms behind Planned Parenthood’s doors–all on a fast-paced rip-roaring Thursday edition of Morning Glory!

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Alyssa Murphy


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Fun Morning Glory tomorrow with Amy McInerny joining us!

We have a fun show lined up for you tomorrow morning as we get closer and closer to the canonization of Mother Teresa! Make sure to stay tuned to EWTN for full coverage of all the festivities kicking off Saturday!

We have a full show lined up with some of our favorite guests! Amber Athey of Campus Reform joins us to discuss some of the issues plaguing college campuses these days as students head back to school. One of the stories focuses on a UT professor who openly mocks the Lord’s Prayer in a video posted online.

We’ll also get the latest from Rome just after the Pope’s General Audience – and discuss the funeral that took place in Italy for over 200 quake victims– as the country still works to rebuild after the devastating tremors. Elise Harris of Catholic News Agency joins us. To read her work, visit http://www.catholicnewsagency.com.

We’ll also be joined by our dear friend and sometimes guest co-host, Amy McInerny of Human Life Action. She is helping to spearhead a call to action about the NIH and a project that is extremely unethical.. Learn more information by visiting here.

Our conversation is a two way street! We absolutely love to hear from you! Leave a comment here, find us on Facebook and Twitter @EWTN, or email directly: MorningGlory@EWTN.com.

‘See’ you bright and early!

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Alyssa Murphy