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CALL ME CATHOLIC: GUEST IS ALEXIS WALKENSTEIN, LIVE FROM THE LOS ANGELES RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CONGRESS

We had a blast at the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress on today’s Call Me Catholic, due in large part...

EPISODE #16CATHOLIC SPORTS VIEW: GUESTS INCLUDE ALAN CLINTON, KARLIE CARLSON AND MATTY WEST

Host Bob Gibson interviews coaches and players throughout the various Catholic high schools in Orange County. On today’s program, Bob...

EVANGELIZING THROUGH THE GOOD

Anyone even vaguely acquainted with my work knows that I advocate vigorous argument on behalf of religious truth. I have...

POPE’S TIP FOR BECOMING A SAINT: PRAY FOR SOMEONE WHO DOESN’T LIKE YOU

ROME (CNS) — A practical first step toward holiness — as well as for assuring peace in one’s family and...

PRAY YOUR WAY TO AN A?

In 1962, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that prayer in public schools was unconstitutional. Although prayer continues uninterrupted in Catholic...

LITERACY CENTER TEACHES READING, WRITING, HELPS STUDENTS’ SELF-ESTEEM TOO

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Mario Gamboa is on the move. There are too many words to read, and too few Latinos...

EPISODE #70THE DON JOHNSON SHOW: DATING AND PRE-MARITAL SEX, AND HOW TO ALIENATE MILLENNIALS FROM THE CHURCH

Don Johnson and Timmerie Millington discuss several stories from the week, including: According to survey of Millenials, sex before dating...

ST. IRENAEUS PARISHIONERS BRING VALENTINES TO RESIDENTS OF CARE CENTER

Feb. 14 is celebrated as Valentine’s Day to show love to loved ones. At St. Irenaeus parish in Cypress, however,...

EAGLE ATHLETES SIGN WITH COLLEGES

Five football players, three soccer performers, three track and field athletes, three lacrosse competitors and a water polo standout highlighted...

#ASHTAGS: WHEN POSTING ASH WEDNESDAY PHOTOS, USE YOUR HEAD

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Ash Wednesday seems to offer contradictory messages. The Gospel reading for the day is about not doing...