Current Show Notes
Today, Pregnancy Center East Director Laura Curran talks with Fr. Rob about the center’s 40th anniversary, Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse of the Ruth Institute talks about the University of Pennsylvania “trans” swimmer comparing himself to Jackie Robinson, and more – plus traffic and weather to get you home safe.
Pregnancy Center East is online at pregnancycentereast.com
Apply for positions open at PCE at supportpce.com
The Ruth Institute is online at ruthinstitute.org
The Sistine Chapel Dayton exhibit is at sistinechapelexhibit.com
Adventure Catholic Leadership Training is online at adventurecatholic.com
Find today’s featured events below today’s featured books:
Adult Fish Fry, St. Albert the Great (Kettering): 7-midnight, Jan. 21
carryout: 5-6:30 PM
38th Annual Pro-Life Rosary Procession and Rally, Downtown Cincinnati: Jan. 22
procession begins at 11 at Cincinnati City Hall; rally begins at noon at Fountain Square
36th Annual Butler County Prayer March for Life, Hamilton, 2-3 PM, Jan. 23
Vocation Night at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary and School of Theology, Mt. Washington, 5-8:30 PM, Jan. 26
Solemn Lenten Vespers and Choral Concert at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary and School of Theology, Mt. Washington, 7 PM, Feb. 6
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Meet the Driving Home the Faith Family!
Fr. Rob Jack-Host
Father Jack has an MDiv. and an MA in Biblical Studies from the Athenaeum of Ohio, Mount Saint Mary’s Seminary. He also has an STL in Mariology from the International Marian Research Institute.
In 2007, Fr. Rob Jack started an apostolate, Delivering the Faith, producing and distributing catechetical talks and homilies on CD. He makes Rosaries and produces prayer cards to help people grow in their faith. His motto for spreading the faith is “If you want someone to do something, put it in their hands!” He has been involved in Catholic Radio since 1999 and the founding of Sacred Heart Radio.
Gail Finke - Producer
Involved with Sacred Heart Radio since her days as “Gail the Intern,” “Gail the Producer” has worked as a writer, editor and author; ran the local Catholic web magazine “The Catholic Beat” for five years; and designed “The Catholic Telegraph” for two.
Gail is from Pennsylvania, so what high school she went to will tell you nothing -- except that Scott Hahn is also a graduate (though not the same year). A revert to the Catholic faith whose most recent non-media job was at Greater Cincinnati Right to Life, she has two grown children and likes to attend FC Cincinnati matches with her husband.