THIS WEEK ON THE CATHOLIC CURRENT: Peter Kreeft takes on relativism, Jesuit Father Fessio takes on Catholic education, a surgeon talks about the Crucifixion, 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.  March is upon us and Lent is about to begin! We work hard to ensure that our listeners have the insights and information they need to fight the good fight throughout the year.  On Monday, we’ll welcome back Dr. Peter Kreeft to hear his refutation of moral relativism.  Tuesday’s returning guests will be Jesuit Father Joseph Fessio of Ignatius Press and Dr. Daniel Guernsey of the Donahue Academy to discuss,  “Have Catholic Schools Killed the Liberal Arts–Or Just Forgotten Them?”  Ash Wednesday’s broadcast will be both informative and heartbreaking:  renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Mark Kubala draws startling new conclusions from his study of the Crucifixion. On Thursday, we’ll welcome back author, journalist and private investigator Robert W. Artigo to discuss the shocking history of Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margret Sanger. On Friday, we’ll welcome back independent journalist Brendan Young to discuss the tragedies of the Church in Japan—from Saint Francis Xavier to Our Lady of Akita.  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:  Refuting Moral Relativism, with Dr. Peter Kreeft

TUESDAY: Have Catholic Schools Killed the Liberal Arts—Or Just Forgotten them, with Jesuit Father Joseph Fessio and Dr. Daniel Guernsey

WEDNESDAY: The Death of Christ Through the Eyes of a Surgeon, with Dr. Mark Kubala

THURSDAY:  Racism, Eugenics and the Roots of Planned Parenthood, with Robert Artigo

FRIDAY:  From Xavier to Akita:  The Rise & Fall & Rise of the Japanese Church, with Brendan Young