Conversations with Consequences
Conversations with Consequences - 01/16/2021 - Dr. Scott Hahn
Dr. Grazie Christie speaks with Dr. Scott Hahn about his new book, "It Is Right and Just: Why the Future of Civilization Depends on True Religion," and calls on all Catholics to be courageous in living out our faith loudly within the public square.
Conversations with Consequences - 01/09/2021 - Mallory Quigley
Dr. Grazie Christie & Maureen Ferguson talk with Mallory Quigley of the Susan B. Anthony List about the Georgia runoff Senate races and what's at stake when it comes to the issue of life.
Conversations with Consequences - 01/02/2021 - Dan Lipinski
Outgoing congressman, pro-life democrat Dan Lipinski joins to discuss his stellar pro-life record and the future of the democratic party given their extreme abortion views... Helen Alvare also joins with a 2020 SCOTUS year-in-review...
Conversations with Consequences - 12/26/2020 - 2020 Recap
The TCA team discusses the impact of the coronavirus on our families and the Church and also life and religious liberty wins of 2020.
Conversations with Consequences - 12/19/2020 - Steven Mosher
Steven Mosher of Population Research Institute joins Dr. Grazie Christie with an update on the dire situation in China for Catholics and the Uyghur Muslims.
Conversations with Consequences - 12/12/2020 - Eric Patterson
Dr. Grazie Christie focuses on religious liberty taking a look at the recent uptick in attacks on Christians in Nigeria with RFI expert Eric Patterson.
Conversations with Consequences - 12/05/2020 - Dr. Flanigan on COVID vaccines
Dr. Grazie Christie talks with Catholic Deacon and Dr. Timothy Flanigan about COVID vaccines quickly becoming available--are they ethical and what are the risks--Dr. Flanigan also addresses entering another phase of lockdown just as the winter months are upon us...
Conversations with Consequences - 11/28/2020 - Edward Pentin
Dr. Grazie Christie visits with Edward Pentin of the National Catholic Register about the long-awaited McCarrick Report and where we, as a Church, go from here.
Conversations with Consequences - 11/21/2020 - Father Benedict Kiely
Father Benedict Kiely of Nasarean.org joins with a look at a rise in Christian persecution throughout the world and what impact more COVID lockdowns are having on the plight of the persecuted.
Conversations with Consequences - 11/14/2020 - Robert Seelig
Marking this month of November, Dr. Grazie Christie and Ashley McGuire discuss funerals in this age of COVID with Robert Seelig of Catholic Funeral & Cemetery Services who is helping dioceses across the country in making sure these important services are available for Catholics, as well as accompanying family members in their grief.
Conversations with Consequences - 11/07/2020 - Bishop-elect Bill Byrne
Bishop-elect Bill Byrne of Springfield, Mass. joins with a look at his new book, "5 Things with Father Bill: Hope, Humor, and Help for the Soul" on this week's Conversations with Consequences.
Conversations with Consequences - 10/31/2020 - Kristina Arriaga
Dr. Grazie Christie discusses the realities of religious freedom during the coronavirus pandemic with the former Vice Chair for U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom Kristina Arriaga.
Conversations with Consequences - 10/24/2020 - Carrie Severino/Oscar Delgado
Dr. Grazie Christie chats with Carrie Severino about the confirmation process of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court & Oscar Delgado joins to talk the new movie, Two Crowns!
Conversations with Consequences - 10/17/2020 - Kathryn Jean Lopez
Dr. Grazie Christie talks with Kathryn Jean Lopez on the National Review about the strong Catholic faith of Amy Coney Barrett and the fate of faith-based adoption as a Supreme Court case draws near.
Conversations with Consequences - 10/10/2020 - Senator Thom Tillis
Dr. Grazie Christie and Maureen Ferguson speak with Catholic politician Sen. Thom Tillis about Amy Coney Barrett's faith and record as we prepare for the upcoming Senate confirmation hearing of President Trump's appointment to the Supreme Court.