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Christine Watkins interviews Brenda Sharman, who was crowned Miss Georgia USA and pursued a career in scantily-clad modeling. Over time and after a conversion to Catholicism, she realized that she was working in an oversexualized fashion industry and needed to do something about it. She has been featured on several television shows, radio shows, and magazines, and started Pure Fashion to help girls and young women regain their dignity in Christ.
Christine Watkins interviews Dr. Kelly Bowring, author, speaker, and theologian, who speaks on the Catholic prophesies regarding the end times. In this interview, his second with What Next God? on Radio Maria, Dr. Bowring gives us great insight into authentic prophesies and apparitions concerning our immediate future and the world to come. See www.twoheartspress.com
March 05, 2014 – Haunting parallels between the abortion industry and the Nazi death camps—Brian Kemper
Christine Watkins interviews, Brian Kemper, who shares his amazing conversion story and his reflections on the haunting similarities between the abortion industry and the extermination camps in Nazi Germany. Formerly a rebel with some bad causes, Brian is now a passionate speaker in defense of the right to life and the Youth Outreach Director for Priests for Life. See: www.standtrue.com
Christine Watkins interviews Fr. Michael Augustine Amabisco, a Dominican priest and pastor with a keen sense of humor, who shares profound insight into how to discern God’s voice in day-to-day life and in callings such as one’s vocation and mission.
Christine Watkins interviews Dr. Kelly Bowring, author, speaker, and theologian, who received his doctorate from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome and has studied and written extensively on Catholic prophesies regarding the end times. Tune in and find out if we are indeed living in the end times now and what the future holds for humanity. See www.twoheartspress.com.
Christine Watkins interviews Rosario Rodriguez who miraculously survived not just one, but two, violent crimes–one of which happened on the streets of Los Angeles when she was the innocent victim of a vicious crime of gang violence, which left her half dead. After years of a slow recovery, pain and depression, she ran to the sacraments of the Catholic Church, found joy in suffering; and found peace when she finally forgave her assailants.
Christine Watkins interviews Mary Johnstone, the founding Coordinator of the Oakland, California chapter of Magnificat, A Ministry to Catholic Women, who experienced a dramatic Baptism of the Holy Spirit which transformed her from a lukewarm Catholic to one filled with new zeal for her faith. Hear how she received tremendous graces from her yearly 33-day consecration to Mary and how she learned to hear God’s voice so clearly and to follow it.