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Join host Fr. Francis Stone with guest Wally Carew, author & reporter - Athletes in Sports & Faith: Pursuing Virtue

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Travel along with Sr. Mary Clare and Sr. Esther Marie, two Extern Sisters of the Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration, as they take viewers and EWTN Bookmark host Doug Keck on a pictorial pilgrimage of the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Hanceville, Alabama. This two-part interview with the Poor Clare nuns, and the breath-taking photos of the Shrine, make for a mini-pilgrimage in itself. And for those who have visited Hanceville, Come and See is a beautiful remembrance of blessings received. Part I airs Sunday, November 16th, and Part 2 on Sunday, November 24th. Come and See is available by calling EWTN Religious Catalogue at 1-800-854-6316
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Professor Mario Agnes - John Paul II: Letter of God
The Editor-in-Chief L'Osservatore Romano celebrates the 25 years of John Paul II's pontificate. It has been "a journey through the geography of the faith, the geography of situations, the geography of daily life, the geography of suffering, of disappointment, ... and of the hopes of every person, of every people, of every nation." The Pope himself has been a letter from God: "he delivers himself to the expectations and hopes of individuals and peoples. He delivers himself in Christ's name; and in Christ's name he claims and proclaims respect for the dignity and freedom of every person and every people."

Archbishop Angelo Amato, S.D.B. - Reflections on Ecclesia de Eucharistia - 10
Archbishop Amato observes the close connection between Our Lady and the Eucharist in the theology, patristic teaching, devotional life, and art of the Church, as reinforced by Pope John Paul II's Ecclesia de Eucharistia.

ZENIT - Why Orestes Brownson Believed the U.S. Needed the Church
Orestes Brownson believed that only the Catholic understanding of the relation between reason and Revelation can make sense of the undeniable truth of America's founding principles. So says Peter Augustine Lawler, the Dana Professor of Government at Berry College and author of several books. In this interview, Lawler relayed to ZENIT the thought of the 19th-century Catholic philosopher and convert.

ZENIT - Are Extraordinary Ministers the Norm?
Father Edward McNamara, professor of liturgy at the Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum, answers a common question on liturgical norms. The services of extraordinary ministers are supplemental, where necessary, to the services of ordinary ministers, a bishop, priest or deacon.

ZENIT - Words After the Gospel
Father Edward McNamara, professor of liturgy at the Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum, answers a common question on liturgical norms. The GIRM 2000 gives the correct versicle(s) and responses at the beginning and conclusion of the Gospel.

ZENIT - Can Priest Go Down Aisle at the Kiss of Peace?
Father Edward McNamara, professor of liturgy at the Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum, answers a common question on liturgical norms. The priest is supposed to remain within the sanctuary for the kiss of peace except (in the U.S.) in special circumstances.

ZENIT - Protestant Songs at Mass
Father Edward McNamara, professor of liturgy at the Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum, answers a common question on liturgical norms. Protestant hymns may be used in the liturgy provided they conform to Catholic doctrine and are approved by episcopal authority.

ZENIT - When Spouses Speak the Truth With Their Bodies
In a pastoral letter (as slightly adapted in ZENIT), Bishop Victor Galeone of St. Augustine, FL, defends the Church's teaching on contraception. The dire consequences predicted by Paul VI in Humanae Vitae, if contraception became the norm in society, have occurred. The alternative to these consequences is found in a conscience rightly formed by Church teaching.

ZENIT - Jews' Role in Christ's First and Second Coming
A Catholic convert from Judaism believes that the Jews are not only our "elder brothers" in the faith, but that, as they prepared the way for the first coming of Jesus Christ, so they are helping to prepare for His second coming.

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- Thursday, Jimmy Akin joins us for another Q&A Open Forum.
- Friday, Kenneth Whitehead shows how “That They May All Be One.”

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