Episodes

08/11/2020

Kevin Nelson looks at what is going on this week in Catholic news.

  • Members of Lebanon’s cabinet resign in the wake of the explosion that rocked Beirut
  • Bishop of Sacramento Jamie Soto announces ex-communication of Father Jeremy Leatherby
  • Vatican releases its message for World Tourism Day
  • 6th annual Fete-Dieu du Teche 

 

08/7/2020

Kevin Nelson report's on the day's Catholic news. 

Headlines:

  • Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith addresses the validity of baptism formula
  • Massive explosion in Beirut
  • Archbishop Stephen Ameyu Mulla of Juba, South Sudan condemns murder of three young girls
08/4/2020

Kevin Nelson report's on the day's Catholic news.

07/31/2020

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news fro July 31, 2020.

07/28/2020

Kevin Nelson reports on the day's Catholic news.

07/24/2020

Kevin Nelson reports Catholic news for the day.

07/21/2020

Kevin Nelson reports Catholic news for the day.

During Pope Francis Angelus address, he offered prayers for all suffering from COVID-19, as well as those suffering from economic repercussions and situations of conflict

Before the execution of Dustin Honken, Catholic leaders pleaded for a lesser sentence or at least a delay

Vatican's Congregation for Clergy developed guide related reform of parish communities and diocesan restructuring

Arson investigation after a fire at Cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul in Nantes, France

07/10/2020

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news for Friday, July 10, 2020.

  • Supreme Court decisions
  • Vatican summer camp
  • New York Catholic schools closing

 

07/7/2020

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news for July 7, 2020.

  • United Nations calls for global ceasefire amidst COVID-19 pandemic
  • Coronavirus closing churches in Arizona
  • Catholic Relief Services seeking aid
  • Ennio Morricone born into eternal life
  • National Family Planning Week
07/3/2020

Kevin Nelson reports on the day's Catholic news.

04/26/2019

Kevin Nelson reports on the day's Catholic news.

  • Pope Francis' message at his weekly general audience focuses on the Lord's Prayer
  • Philadelphia court of appeals sides with city's efforts to bar Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia from placing children in foster care with "any" family
  • Spanish magazine interviews Archbishop of Mumbai Oswald Gracias and Archbishop of Tegucigalpa Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga, members of the pope's Council of Cardinals
  • Washington, DC court of appeals upholds requirement that U.S. House of Representatives opens each day with prayer
04/23/2019

Kevin Nelson reports on Catholic news.

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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.

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