Register Radio - 07/19/2019 - Moon Landing Movies - Christ Cathedral
Fifty years ago this weekend Apollo 11 landed on the Moon in one of the most watched events in human history. On July 20, 1969, some 650 million people watched as astronaut Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon. This week on Register Radio, we talk to Register film critic Deacon Steven Greydanus about all of the “man on the moon” movies.
But first, Christ Cathedral was dedicated this week in California marking the transformation of the famed Protestant Crystal Cathedral of Reverend Robert Schuller into America’s newest Catholic cathedral.
This week on Register Radio, we’ll find how that happened.
Register Radio - 07/12/2019 - A Presidential Shout -Out
It isn’t every day that you get a shout-out from the President of the United States. But that’s what happened to Sister Deirdre Byrne. This week on Register Radio, we’ll find out why.
And, with the upcoming synod of bishops in Rome in October apparently open to a discussion about married priests, the issue of celibacy has become a major topic in the news. We talk to Register contributor Father Carter Griffin, who has a lot to say about the importance of priestly celibacy.
Register Radio - 07/05/2019 - NCR Awards Wins
Catholic journalists from across the country gathered in St. Petersburg, Florida at the end of June for the Catholic Media Convention. An annual meeting that gives Catholics in media the chance to network, attend professional seminars, and see old friends, the CMC is also best known for the annual Catholic Press Association Awards.
This week on Register Radio, we talk to Register Managing Editor Tom Wehner about the convention, the awards for the Register and EWTN News, and the current state of Catholic journalism. And then, we are joined by Register contributor Patti Armstrong, one of those award winners, to discuss her career and the craft of writing.
Register Radio - 06/27/2019 - Summertime Register
Summers are traditionally quiet on the news front. But Summer 2019 is proving busy indeed! From the Bishops’ Meeting in Baltimore to Supreme Court decisions
This week on Register Radio, we talk to Register correspondent Lauretta Brown about covering the news, including her recent reporting from Baltimore and the US Bishops. And then, we are joined by Alyssa Murphy with summer stories, including summer indulgences global snapshots of Corpus Christi celebration.
Register Radio - 06/21/2019 - Pan Amazonian synod/ China
Edward Pentin brings us the latest from Rome, including a summary and analysis of the Congregation of Education’s latest teaching gender ideology and the Vatican’s working document for the upcoming Pan Amazonian synod in October. And Jeanette DeMelo discusses the latest news on China with Matthew Bunson, who just returned from a visit to Shanghai.