Steve Koob talks with Rev. Paul Zipfel, currently the former Bishop of the Diocese of Bismarck, North Dakota, about the Diocese of Bismarck and its Catholic institutions, and the phenomenal evangelization effort that is the Bismarck Project: what it is, and the response from his diocese’s parishioners.
Archive for August, 2011
Steve Koob talks with Susan Wills, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’s Assistant Director for Education and Outreach of the Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities, about Planned Parenthood’s business agenda, infection rates and dangers of sexually transmitted diseases, and the government’s influence of and attitude toward sexual activity. Susan Wills also talks about the surprising side effects and statistics of the failure rates of different types of contraception.
Steve Koob talks with Brian Gibson, executive director of Pro-Life Action Ministries, about abortion due to birth defects, the pro-life movement and Catholic Church in Minnesota, and the role contraception plays in regard to abortion. Brian Gibson also talks about the elements necessary to successful sidewalk abortion counseling.
Steve Koob talks with Sheila St. John, co-founder of the California Association of Natural Family Planning, about her work educating others about Natural Family Planning, from her experiences with conferences and clergy to starting the organization.
Steve Koob talks with Vicki Thorn, founder of Project Rachel, about her work and experience with God’s WIll in the post-abortion care movement, how abortion affects both men and women, and the dangers of contraception. Vicki Thorn also talks about the surprising effects of contraceptives on women, and pregnancy and sterilization on men.