Bringing Christ to the World and the World to Christ.
Producer and Host Fr. Robert McTeigue, S.J. illuminates today’s issues with the love of Christ and the authority of His Church. Each show features expert guests that shed light on relevant and important topics.
Regular Air Time:
Monday-Friday 5 p.m.
Monday-Friday 4 a.m.
Sunday & Saturday 5 p.m.
Michael Hichborn is the president of the Lepanto Institute. He has researched and produced countless articles and reports on the funding of abortion, birth control, homosexuality and Marxism by Catholic Relief Services and the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD).
Matt Archbold is a father of five children, an author, and a columnist for several prominent Catholic publications. Read more of his work at his own blog Creative Minority Report.
Steven Malanga is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and City Journal’s senior editor. He writes about the intersection of urban economies, business communities, and public policy. Malanga is the author of The New New Left: How American Politics Works Today (2005); The Immigration Solution: A Better Plan than Today’s (2007), coauthored with Heather Mac Donald and Victor Davis Hanson; and Shakedown: The Continuing Conspiracy Against the American Taxpayer (2010).
Father Robert Spitzer, S.J. is the president of the Magis Center of Reason and Faith, and the Spitzer Center. He was the president of Gonzaga University from 1998 to 2009, and is the author of Ten Universal Principles: A Brief Philosophy of the Life Issues and Healing the Culture: A Commonsense Philosophy of Happiness, Freedom, and the Life Issues, among many other books.
Mike Aquilina is the Executive Vice President and Trustee of The St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology and a contributing editor for Angelus News. He is author of more than fifty books, including How the Fathers Read the Bible: Scripture, Liturgy, and the Early Church, History’s Queen: Exploring Mary’s Pivotal Role from Age to Age, and Keeping Mary Close: Devotion to Our Lady through the Ages