Thursday, 6/20/19, Driving Home the Faith

In hour one, Archdiocese of Cincinnati Worship Office Director Jeremy Helmes will talk about what the office does and its future direction, and Princeton Professor Robert George will talk about book on how to defend the human embryo as a human person, now back in print.

In hour two, Annie Schied of Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio will talk about refugee resettlement and this weekend’s World Refugee Day celebration, Ignatius Press CEO Mark Brumley will talk about plans for a new movie based on short stories by Flannery O’Connor, and attorney Ken Craycraft will discuss new laws in some states that require employer-paid insurance companies to cover elective abortions.

The Office of Divine Worship and the Sacraments is online here

For “The Embryo, a Defense,” click here

For Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio Refugee Resettlement, click here

“5 by Flannery” is online here

Craycraft Law is online here

June 20, 2019 - 3:41pm

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