Happy MLK Jr. Day from Morning Glory!

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Morning Glory celebrates the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King this Monday with our beloved Monsignor Charles Pope! On abortion, Dr. King once said: “Cowardice asks the question, ‘is it safe?’; expediency asks the question, ‘is it politic?’; vanity asks the question, ‘is it popular?’; but conscience asks the question, ‘is it right?’; and there comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but because conscience tells one it is right. ” We discuss his powerful words and what we can learn today within our own fight for the sanctity of ALL life.

Guests include pro-life pioneer Joe Scheidler of ProLife Action League. Scheidler is National Director of the Pro-Life Action League, a national pro-life educational and activist organization headquartered in Chicago. Joe left a career in public relations to become a full-time pro-life activist shortly after the U. S. Supreme Court issued its Roe v. Wade opinion in 1973. When his brand of on-the-streets direct action met with resistance from established pro-life organizations, he and his wife, Ann decided to found the Pro-Life Action League in 1980. It has been said that Joseph Scheidler defined pro-life direct action.

We also talk with Cassidy Roderick of Franciscan University where she heads the Students For Life group–they are heading to DC this week for the March For Life with hundreds of students participating.

Tomorrow is National Religious Freedom Day–Lea Carawan of the Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation joins to talk about how to best keep faith in America–and a big event taking place tomorrow that all can take part in online. Visit KeepFaithinAmerica.com for more information!

Tune in every weekday at 7am ET for Morning Glory–to jumpstart your day the Catholic way!

Pax,
Alyssa Murphy

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One thought on “Happy MLK Jr. Day from Morning Glory!

  1. Hello, I listen to Morning Glory every morning. I was wondering, when the priest opens and or closes with a prayer or gives his blessing, how come the priest doesn’t begin with “In the name of the Father and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit?

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