THIS WEEK ON THE CATHOLIC CURRENT: Teresa Tomeo previews the March for Life; and our guests will talk about faith and reason, beautiful and ugly churches, Marian apparitions, and more!

I’m Father Robert McTeigue, S.J., and I am delighted to be the host and producer of The Catholic Current, where we apply timeless truths to timely topics.  We want our listeners to gain momentum so that we can fight the good fight all year long!    We work hard to ensure that our listeners have the insights and information they need.  On Monday, we’ll talk with EWTN’s Teresa Tomeo about the upcoming March for Life in Washington, DC.  On Tuesday, Dr. Steven Schoedler, a Catholic architect, will address the question, “Can We Fix an Ugly Church?”  Wednesday’s program will be especially valuable for listeners and their families who are thinking about going to college. Dr. Douglas Kries and Dr. Bryan Clayton will talk to us about whether faith and reason are enemies or friends.   Thursday’s guest will be independent journalist Brendan Young, to continue our conversation about Marian apparitions and prophecies for our times.  On Friday, we’ll welcome back Dr. Leonard Sax to discuss his book on the collapse of parenting, and what can be done about it.  In this time of confusion and conflict, The Catholic Current brings clarity and charity to help us find light in the darkness.  Join us!

Here’s what we have to look forward to this week:

MONDAY:  What Can We Expect from This Year’s March for Life? with EWTN’s Teresa Tomeo

TUESDAY:  Can We Fix an Ugly Church?, with Dr. Steven Schoedler of Liturgical Environs

WEDNESDAY: Faith and Reason:  Are They Enemies or Friends?, with Dr. Douglas Kries and Dr. Bryan Clayton

THURSDAY:  Marian Apparitions for Our Times,, with independent journalist Brendan Young

FRIDAY:  The Collapse of Parenting, with Leonard Sax, M.D., Ph.D.