Archive for March, 2013

March 21, 2013 – Conor Gallagher

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Ken’s guest is Conor Gallagher, author of If Aristotle’s Kid Had an iPod – Ancient Wisdom for Modern Parents (Saint Benedict Press) Parenting is hard… but it’s not impossible. As a parent, you know that raising children presents greater questions every day. Aristotle has the answers… you just have to know how to find them. Conor weaves Aristotle’s ancient philosophy, scientific studies, pop culture, and parenting tales together making a funny, rich, and informative read. Inside you’ll discover: What the Dog Whisperer, Tony Robbins, and Siegfried and Roy have to do with Aristotle (and your kid!); What Aristotle says about parental outsourcing; Why you should tell your kid to Get Lost; How to help your kid navigate the social world of Facebook; Why tweeting isn’t real conversation; And, of course, what would he listen to if Aristotle’s kid had an iPod? You can purchase his book at http://books.benedictpress.com

March 14, 2013 – Monsignor Charles Murphy and Brian Kennelly

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Ken’s first guest Monsignor Charles Murphy author of Eucharistic Adoration – Holy Hour Meditations on the Seven Last Words of Christ (Ave Maria Press) This creative prayer compendium invites readers to spend an hour in Eucharistic adoration while meditating on the seven last words of Jesus and shows them how to do it. Charles Murphy also profiles seven contemporary Catholics–like Edith Stein and John Paul II–who are inspiring models of Eucharistic devotion. You can purchase his book at http://www.avemariapress.com
Ken’s second guest, Brian Kennelly discusses his novel Two Statues (Saint Benedict Press) Follow two heart warming friendships: Two unlikely retired neighbors and two priests who have know each other since seminary. You can purchase his book at https://books.benedictpress.com

March 7, 2013 – Dr. Diane Moczar

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Ken talks with his guest Dr. Diane Moczar, author of Converts and Kingdoms-How the Church Converted the Pagan West and How We Can Do It Again (published by Catholic Answers) and Islam at the Gates – How Christendom Defeated the Ottoman Turks (published by Sophia Institute Press) Dr Moczar tells the story of how early Christianity was able to spread to entire regions and countries. We also discuss the 500-year long siege of Europe by the Ottoman Turks. In both cases you will hear about brave saints who helped spread and defend the Gospel. You can purchase Dr Moczar’s books at http://shop.catholic.com/ and Play