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June 5, 2014 – Dena Hunt & Jason Evert

Ken talks with Dena Hunt Treason: A Catholic Novel of Elizabethan England (Sophia Institute Press) and Jason Evert Saint John Paul the Great: His Five Loves (Ignatius Press) Joseph Pearce says this about Dena Hunt’s novel
“Treason is one of the most powerful historical novels I’ve ever read. It brings to vivid and shocking life the age in which Shakespeare lived and in which the English martyrs died.” This novel won the Gold medal in the Religious Fiction category of the 2014 Independent Publisher Book Awards. Dena’s book is available at: shop.sophiainstitute.com

In Jason’s new book discover the five great loves of St. John Paul II through remarkable unpublished stories on him from bishops, priests, students, Swiss Guards, and others. Jason has uncovered these many gems, offering a treasure chest brimming with the jewels of the saint’s life. After a brief overview of John Paul’s life, Evert explores in depth his five great loves: Young People, Human Love, The Eucharist, Our Lady, The Cross. Jason’s book is available at: www.ignatius.com To learn more about Jason visit: www.chastityproject.com

Helping Families At Risk – June 16, 2010

Francesca Franchina, MS Ed. speaks with Richard Green, Director of the Judge Frank W. Nicholas Residential Treatment Center for Youth, and Counselor Theresa Fitzgerald of Dayton, Ohio focusing on the mission, purposes and goals of the residential facility for troubled and delinquent youth who are recipients of probationary services through the Montgomery County Juvenile Court and usually not responsive to the correctional efforts offered by the public schools, various outpatient counseling services or other forms of supervision provided by the court. What’s a parent to do? What is a community to do?