Episodes

01/8/2019

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news.

  • Pope Francis holds annual audience with diplomats
  • Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee question a judicial nominee on his membership in the Knights of Columbus
  • Experts from around the world say some mental health issues could be cured with exercise, meditation and prayer
01/4/2019

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news January 4, 2019.

Leading his first general audience of 2019, Pope Francis continued a series of talks he has been giving about the Our Father. Bishops from around the United States have gathered at Mundelein Seminary at the University of St. Mary of the Lake near Chicago to prayerfully consider ways to rebuild trust over the clergy sex abuse crisis. A major workshop on "Robo-ethics: Humans, Machines and Health" will be held at the Vatican Feb. 25-26 as part of this increased study; the workshop will focus on the use of robots and artificial intelligence, specifically in medicine and health care.

 

The weeklong Worild Youth Day in Panama at the end of January will include a celebration of artistic, cultural, religious and sporting talents of youth from around the world.

12/11/2018

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news.

12/7/2018

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news for December 7, 2018.

  • Pope Francis will be visiting the United Arab Emirates in February of 2019
  • 2019 March for Life info
  • Chinese scientist reportedly altered the DNA of two twin babies
  • Ecumenical service in Westminster Abbey
12/4/2018

Kevin Nelson shares the latest Catholic news from around the world.

11/30/2018

Kevin Nelson reports on today's Catholic news.

10/30/2018

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news.

  • Pope Francis says 15th Synod of Bishops did more than produce a final document
  • USCCB President asks all U.S. bishops to fast and pray for 7 days before the Fall General Assembly in Baltimore
  • Bishops will vote on a series of concrete measures to respond to clergy abuse
  • Six Bishops from five continents call for immediate action against climate change
  • Joint statement calls for response to violence, injustice, and deteriorating economic conditions in Central America
10/26/2018

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news.

10/23/2018

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news.

  • Cardinal Daniel DiNardo talks about U.S. bishops' November general meeting agenda 
  • Synod of Bishops update
  • Caritas Internationalis "Share the Journey" campaign 
  • Nativity exhibition moving to the Vatican 

 

 

10/16/2018

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news.

  • Pope Francis canonizes seven new saints including Pope Paul VI and Archbishop Oscar Romero 
  • Prayers for victims of Hurricane Michael
  • Pope Francis meets with President of Poland
  • Founder of L'Arche communities Jean Vanier wins Adyan Spiritual Solidarity Award
10/12/2018

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news.

  • Pope Francis reflected on the Fifth Commandment during his Wednesday audience
  • Chaldean Archbishop Habib Nafali says the Church in Iraq will disappear if persecution continues
  • Vatican confirms South Korean President will meet the pope October 18 at the Vatican
  • The Women's Care Center 2019 Evangelium Vitae Medal bestowed by the university's Center for Ethics and Culture
10/9/2018

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news for October 9, 2018

  • Pontifical Gregorian University's Center for Child Protection to create master's degree program in safeguarding against abuse
  • Pilgrims gathered at Vatican as Climate Pilgrimage begins
  • Supreme Court in Pakistan reaches verdict on Asia Bibi, first Catholic woman to be condemned to death for blasphemy
  • Cardinal Marc Ouellet denies Cardinal Theodore McCarrick sanctions 

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  • Bishop Oscar Cantu, the chairman of the U.S. Bishops’ Committee on International Justice and Peace, called for diplomacy and political engagement to resolve the differences between the U.S. and North Korea and avoid military conflict.
  • Catholic Relief Services has just released a film focusing on the need to do away with orphanages around the world.
  • At the end of July, Gov. Eric Greitens of Missouri signed Senate Bill 5, which some say could be the strongest pro-life legislation passed in many years.
  • In honor of the 75th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and the Holy See, a unique theater show was brought to the Vatican.
  • Father David Hammond, a Navy chaplain who holds the rank of lieutenant, offered a Mass and prayers Aug. 6 for victims, survivors, and families of a Marine aircraft crash off the coast of Australia that killed three.

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