Finally Friday Morning Glory with Amy McInerny!

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Join us bright and early for a fun finally-Friday Morning Glory with Brian Patrick, Amy McInerny of Human Life Action, Father Arne Panula of the Catholic Information Center, and producer Alyssa Murphy. We’ll digest Donald Trump’s big speech taking place this evening in Cleveland and the situation in Turkey where after a coup last weekend.

Guests include Helen Alvare who founded Women Speak For Themselves, a wonderful consortium of female thought leaders and experts dispelling the narrative within liberal media about freedom. This is a very timely topic given the political climate. Learn more about Helen by visiting http://www.womenspeakforthemselves.com.

We’ll check in with our own Father Bjorn Lundberg currently taking students from St. John Paul the Great High School of Dumfries, Virginia on a pilgrimage to World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland! Currently in Assisi, we’ll take a virtual tour with our favorite high school chaplain!

With the Republican National Convention coming to a close, CURE’s president, Star Parker joins with her analysis of the week including the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s speech. Learn more about Star’s work by visiting http://www.urbancure.org.

We absolutely love to hear from you and share your comments and questions on-air during Catholic-chatter aka cat-chat with producer Alyssa Murphy. Feel free to share your comments here, find us on Facebook or Twitter (@EWTN), or email the show directly: MorningGlory@EWTN.com!

Come kick off the weekend with us! We’ll be looking for you!

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