July 21, 2017

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Tune In Now

Did you know that you can access past episodes of our “Setting Things Right” radio show online–even after it’s over? (Click here to learn more, or to subscribe.)

We particularly want to direct you to the podcast for our July 22 show, which–even for us–was outstanding. It was all thanks to our guests.

Yvette Isaac and her daughter Jacqueline Issac, founders of Roads of Success, talked about their outreach to girls and women who have escaped from ISIS capture.

We also had a unique reaction to the exposé videos of Planned Parenthood’s selling of aborted baby parts with Patti Smith, author and Rachel’s Hope leader.

You don’t want to miss it–and thanks to our podcast, you don’t have to! Click here to listen now.

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One Response to “Tune In Now”
  1. Larry Boggeln says:

    Your show today (4/19) was wonderful!

    I live in Temecula, worship at St. Martha in Murrieta, and am a volunteer physician at our community outreach free clinic (operated by Lestonnac Free Clinic in Diocese of Orange). We now have a Catholic Charities office (Diocese of San B), we operate a thrift shop, and manage the food pantry that serves as the Murrieta Community Food Pantry. My question is, why don’t the separate dioceses work more closely together in support of our social ministry programs? There almost seems like a competitive nature, which is neither charitable nor Catholic (as in “universal’). Is there something we can do to bridge the county line, or is the diocesan separation inevitable? I attended St. James Academy (Del Mar, at the time!), University High School (’72), LMU (nominally Catholic) and St. Louis U Med School (ditto). I have recently closed my private practice of 30 years in Temecula, and am working full time with Dr. George Delgado at Elizabeth Hospice. I have more zeal for the faith than ever, and am seeking further opportunities to express it. Your thoughts? God bless you and your ministry!

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