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.
Fr. John Perricone is presently Professor of Philosophy at Iona College in New Rochelle NY. He has also taught Philosophy at St. John’s University, La Salle University, Thomas Aquinas College, and St. Francis College. He lectures and preaches retreats and missions throughout the United States and Canada. He publishes articles in Crisis, New Oxford Review, Latin Mass Magazine and LifeSite News.
Sarah Cain is a political and cultural commentator who both writes and produces videos about the decline of the West. Also known as The Crusader Gal, you can find her good work on most video platforms such as Odysee, Gab TV, & YouTube. Her writing may be found on her Substack Homefront Crusade, in Crisis Magazine, Catholic World Report, and in Catholic Answers.
Julian Kwasniewski is a musician specializing in renaissance Lute and vocal music, an artist and graphic designer, as well as marketing consultant for several Catholic companies. His writings have appeared in National Catholic Register, Latin Mass Magazine, OnePeterFive, and New Liturgical Movement. You can find some of his artwork on Etsy.
Bishop Michael Olson is the fourth Bishop of the Diocese of Fort Worth, Texas. Since his appointment as the Bishop in 2014, he has served in the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) as a member of the following committees: Committee on International Peace and Justice, Committee on Clergy, Consecrated Life, and Vocations, Committee on the Protection of Children and Young People, and the Committee of Doctrine, Chair of the Subcommittee on Health Care Issues.
Fr. Robert McTeigue, S.J. presents his next topic for Let’s Talk About This, where he walks through a complex issue for the first three segments of the show before finishing with Weekend Readiness to prepare you for the upcoming Sunday Mass.