Join us for a finally-Friday Morning Glory with @PRISource!

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We have quite a loaded show tomorrow morning with our full team in-studio including Brian Patrick & Gloria Purvis along with Father Aquinas Guilbeau! We’ll be discussing the latest on the San Bernardino shooting as well as the Senate’s vote on defunding Planned Parenthood! Maureen Ferguson joins from The Catholic Association to discuss the vilification of the panel to investigate the atrocious practices of Planned Parenthood by Democrats in Congress and the media after the Colorado shooting.  Jenna Kraska who presides over the National Association of State Catholic Conference Directors talks with us about legislative issues important to many Bishops nationwide.

A brutal persecution is happening, as Christians are being driven out of the cradle of Christianity in Iraq & Syria. Pope Francis says there are more Christian martyrs today than in the early days of Christianity. Roger Severino who oversees the DeVos Center for Religion & Civil Society shares with us what are we doing about it – and what can be done about it.

Lastly on tomorrow’s Morning Glory, we’ll hear from Steven Mosher of the Population Research Institute about China’s newly adopted two-child policy. Mosher believes this does not mean a new dawn of reproductive freedom in China. The Chinese Communist Party will remain as firmly in control of fertility as ever. Abuses such as forced abortions and forced sterilizations will continue.. Tune in to hear his expert opinion on this important topic at 7am ET on your favorite EWTN global Catholic radio station!

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see you in the morning!


Alyssa Murphy

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