Join us bright and early on the EWTN airwaves for a fun Morning Glory with our funny and wise Father Thomas Petri back with us! We’ll digest some of the news still coming from the debate along with the tragic fire in the Bronx that took the life of a father of 3, the fire chief! Please keep him and his family in your prayers!
We’re joined by His Excellency Bishop Loverde to discuss the big election coming up in November and how best can Catholics form their conscience. We noticed last night NO mention of the life issue about the first presidential debate–how can we as Catholics best prepare to vote for one of the two nominees–one will indeed become president next year! Learn more about what the Bishop thinks by joining us tomorrow morning – and check out more information at http://www.USCCB.org.
We’ll also talk about religious freedom with a case just filed today. Cambridge Christian School is under attack as the players and football team were not allowed to pray before a big championship game. We’ll talk to Senior Counsel of First Liberty, Jeremy Dys about the fate of religious freedom on campuses across the nation – and what precedents there are that might be helpful with this next battle. Learn more about the case by visiting http://www.firstliberty.org!
Last but not least, we have former NFL wide receiver Danny Abramowicz joining us to discuss his faith journey in his new book: Crossing the Goal! Danny played for the New Orleans Saints and the San Francisco 49ers. His faith was tested on the field and in his new book, he talks about how we worked to strengthen his relationship with God–and how his faith played a role in his coaching as well. Learn more about his book by visiting http://www.SophiaInstitute.com or about Danny at http://www.crossingthegoal.com!
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‘See’ you bright and early–we’ll be looking for ya!