Today’s topics: Habemus Papam Re-lived; Pope Francis’ Reform; Rite of Election; 40 Days for Life; Archbishop Sheen
Summary of today’s show: Our usual Thursday panel of Scot Landry, Susan Abbott, Fr. Roger Landry, and Gregory Tracy consider the news headlines of the week including, today’s anniversary of the election of Pope Francis; Fr. Roger’s reflection on Pope Francis as the personification of the reform of the Church; the Rite of Election for those becoming Catholic at the Easter Vigil; honoring Mary McHale, co-founder of the state’s oldest women’s shelter; the 40 Days for Life campaign; and approval of a miracle attributed to Archbishop Fulton Sheen.
Listen to the show:
Today’s host(s): Scot Landry and Susan Abbott
Today’s guest(s): Gregory Tracy, managing editor of the Pilot, the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Boston, and Fr. Roger Landry, pastor of St. Bernadette Parish in Fall River
Links from today’s show:
- The Anchor
- The Pilot
- Some of the stories discussed on this show will be available on The Pilot’s and The Anchor’s websites on Friday morning. Please check those sites for the latest links.
- “Pope Francis’ Personification of the Reform of the Church, National Catholic Register, March 9, 2014”, Fr. Roger Landry, CatholicPreaching.com
- 40 Days for Life
- “Vatican medical experts OK reported miracle attributed to Archbishop Sheen”, Catholic News Service, 3/6/14