Join us bright and early for Morning Glory! We’ll discuss the scary afternoon at a South Carolina elementary school with a shooter roaming the hallways, leaving two children wounded. We’ll also discuss Obama’s embarrassing day with the first ever Congressional override of his Saudi Arabia 9/11 lawsuit bill, and the Pope’s touching words to the late Shimon Peres who died yesterday after a life dedicated to peace-building!
We’ll discuss all things political with Brendan Kirby of Lifezette. Today, Fed Chair Janet Yellen testified on Capitol Hill, boasting about a strong vibrant economy, but was lost when asked about participation rates. Of course, employment numbers play a LARGE part in how the economy is doing–so this is somewhat alarming. Brendan Kirby will flesh out the issue at hand. Read his piece here
Being the Fall, kids and young adults are back to school, some heading off to college for the first time. Many schools are secular so carrying one’s faith might seem challenging given today’s social climate. Harvard is a liberal school ( and I don’t mean liberal arts!), but it IS possible to keep and even strengthen your faith while at university. Aurora Griffin, a Harvard grad joins to tell us how she did it! Her new book out now on Ignatius Press can be bought here.
Today is a very special day! It kicks of 40 Days for Life, a great movement taking place across the country for those that want to celebrate life and get rid of this culture of death that so many in popular culture are embracing! We’ll talk to the President of 40 Days for Life, Shawn Carney about the big bus tour kicking off and how you can get involved in your town or city! Great information and resources about the campaign can be found here online.
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Have a beautiful evening and we’ll see you bright and early–coffee and juice in hand!