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Lisa Hendey shares why she’ll be watching Season Two of “The Story of God with Morgan Freeman”, debuting tonight on National Geographic Channel.
In this episode of Catholic TV’s “The Gist,” hosts Danielle Bean, Rachel Balducci and Carolee McGrath interview Sarah Mary Toce, New England Life and Leadership Project Director for the National Life Committee, with a report from the Our Lady of Perpetual Help home for incurable cancer patients.
Season six of The Gist continues as hosts Danielle Bean, Rachel Balducci and Carolee McGrath discuss friendship with guests: Greg Wasinski, author of ‘Unconditionally’; Father Roderick Vonhogen, author of ‘GeekPriest: Confessions of a New Media Pioneer’; and Father David Guffey, National Director of Family Theater Productions
Rachel Balducci, Danielle Bean and Carolee McGrath host Catholic TV’s The Gist. In this episode, they discuss approaches to education and the family’s role with Magalie Row, author of Immigrant Parents College Guide and Father John Hatcher, president of the Saint Francis Mission in South Dakota.
If you’re a bit tired of the dreary secularism that dominates so much of contemporary entertainment and politics, Bishop Robert Barron invites you to watch a program that makes religion—and Christianity in particular—the central theme. Warning: this article contains spoilers.
Lisa Hendey shares her personal interview with Raymond Arroyo about the release of his new bestseller “Mother Angelica Her Grand Silence: The Last Years and Living Legacy”.