THE NATIONAL CATHOLIC REVIEW 'America This Week' on SiriusXM Sep 2 2014 - 2:26pm | The EditorsLive on Wednesdays at 1p.m. Eastern
Tim Reidy, Matt Malone, S.J., Kerry Weber and James Martin, S.J.
Join us each week at 1pm Eastern on The Catholic Channel for "America This Week," our new weekly radio show on SiriusXM.
Tune in to hear analysis of news headlines at the intersection of the church and the world with hosts Fr. Matt Malone, Kerry Weber, Tim Reidy and New York Times best-selling author Fr. Jim Martin.
Tune in for a smart Catholic take on faith and culture infused with Jesuit spirituality.
"America This Week" debuted Wednesday September 10th at 1 pm Eastern only on The Catholic Channel, SiriusXM 129 and on SiriusXM app. Excerpts from past shows are linked to below and on America's podcast page
Joseph Parkes, S.J.
, on the vision of Cristo Rey, Sept. 2
Mitch Landrieu on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Aug. 26 Kevin Ahern
on Catholic organizations serving the common good, Aug. 19
on atheism, conversion and raising a Catholic family, Aug. 12
on the art of compromise, Aug. 5
Dan-el Padilla Peralta
on growing up as an undocumented immigrant, July 29
on World War I, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, July 22
on his book, "Redeployment," July 15
on Irish and Italians in New York, July 8
on the Middle East, July 1
on the refugee crisis, June 17
on understanding the "nones," June 10
Fr. David Stewart, S.J.
on FIFA and ethics in sports, June 3
on the transition to college, June 3
on saints for today, May 27
Kerry Alys Robinson
on the gift of giving, May 20
on the average American Catholic, May 13
on Catholic cooperation, April 29
Bro. Joe Hoover, S.J.
on poetry, Apr. 22
Holly Taylor Coolman
on adoption and the Christian life, Apr. 15
Fr. Ricardo Avila, S.J.
on consumer debt, Apr. 8
Fr. Leo O'Donovan, S.J.
on Holy Week and Easter traditions, Apr. 1
on forgiveness, Mar. 25
on understanding the Trinity, Mar. 18
on the parables of Jesus, Mar. 11
on "fast from fast food," Mar. 4
on the burdens of debt, Feb. 25
on the history of Lent, Feb. 18
on the ethics of Water, Feb. 11
on Catholic journalism, Feb. 4
on Catholics in the Public Square, Jan. 28
Msgr. Paul V. Garrity
on marriage and annulment, Jan. 21
on feminism and the pro-life movement, Jan. 14
on Archbishop Oscar Romero as a martyr, Jan. 14
on the top Catholic news stories of 2014, Dec. 31
on Christmas films, Dec. 24
on his work with people experiencing homelessness, Dec. 17
on his book When Lions Roar: The Churchills and the Kennedys
, Dec. 10
The Rev. Rhonda Mawhood Lee
on "suicide's sorrowful mystery," Dec. 3
Fr. Patrick Ryan, S.J.
on the Caliphate, Nov. 26
Bishop Robert W. McElroy
on Pope Francis's message on economic inequality, Nov. 19
on the 25th anniversary of the killing of the Jesuits in El Salvador, Nov. 12
Fr. Joseph Lingan, S.J.
on discerning a vocation, Nov. 5
Robert David Sullivan
on the 2014 midterm elections, Oct. 29
Fr. Jack Wall
on mission dioceses, Oct. 22
Meghan J. Clark
on understanding solidarity and Catholic social teaching, Oct. 15
on the Supreme Court and religion, Oct. 8
Angela Alaimo O'Donnell
on Flannery O'Connor, Oct. 1
Fr. Thomas Rosica
on the synod, Sept. 24
on the rise of the Islamic State, Sept. 17
Attorney Rob McCreanor
on the immigration crisis, Sept. 10
Kevin Clarke, Kerry Weber and Fr. Matt Malone, S.J, at the SiriusXM studios in Manhattan.
Peter Oxenhandler | 9/11/2014 - 9:52pm
Will the programs be available on MP3 ? I'd like to click and listen right now.
Lisa Shanteau | 9/10/2014 - 7:15am
Rick Sherman | 9/5/2014 - 5:30pm
What a promising idea. I've often hoped that some Catholic entity would rise to the daily sophistication of National Public Radio (at least some of their programming some of the time). It would be very interesting if your team could regularly track Fresh Air, On Point, Forum, Market Place, Morning Edition and All Things Considered and take up where they often leave off with a deeper Catholic perspective on the issue at hand. NPR does a great job in so many cases of developing the dialogue on a pertinent issue, but often lets it just drop for lack of a deeper spiritual insight. You could call it All Things Considered and Then Some.......
Fr. Rick Sherman
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