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The Catholic Current

Hosted by Fr. Robert McTeigue, S.J.

About the Show

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.

Encore Presentations:
Monday-Friday 4 a.m.
Sunday & Saturday 5 p.m.

Ask Father McTeigue

For our upcoming Fall Fund Drive, during the 5PM hour, Father McTeigue will again be doing Ask Father. If you have a question you’d like answered during the week, click the “Ask Father” button to submit your question.

This week on The Catholic Current

September 26th

Liturgical Whistleblowers: Then and Now (Dr. Joseph Shaw)

Dr. Joseph Shaw is the Chairman of the Latin Mass Society of England and Wales and President of Una Voce International. Dr. Shaw has a Doctorate in Philosophy from Oxford University, where he also gained a degree in Politics and Philosophy and a graduate Diploma in Theology. He has published on Ethics and Philosophy of Religion and is concluding 20 years of teaching Philosophy at Oxford University.

Philumina Johanni

Philumina Johanni is a Constitutional Law Fellow with the Pacific Legal Foundation. After graduating from Ave Maria School of Law in 2020, she began her legal career with the Civil and Appellate Division of the Grant County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office in Washington State.

September 27th

Who Needs Religious Freedom? (Philumina Johanni)

Philumina Johanni is a Constitutional Law Fellow with the Pacific Legal Foundation. After graduating from Ave Maria School of Law in 2020, she began her legal career with the Civil and Appellate Division of the Grant County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office in Washington State.

bree-dail_1

Bree Dail is a former Surface Warfare Officer, Intelligence Analyst, and the unofficial Vatican Correspondent for The Catholic Current. Find her great work at her Substack Reports From Rome.

September 28th

The World Through Roman Eyes (Bree Dail)

Bree Dail is a former Surface Warfare Officer, Intelligence Analyst, and the unofficial Vatican Correspondent for The Catholic Current. Find her great work at her Substack Reports From Rome.

jim-papandrea

Dr. Jim Papandrea is a Catholic professor, author, speaker, and musician. He holds an M.Div. degree from Fuller Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. in the History and Theology of the Early Christian Church from Northwestern University. Jim is currently Professor of Church History and Historical Theology at Garrett-Evangelical Seminary at Northwestern University, as well as a consultant in Adult Faith Formation and a regular speaker in parish and lay formation programs across the Chicago area.

September 29th

Where Does Doctrine Come From? (Dr. Jim Papandrea)

Dr. Jim Papandrea is a Catholic professor, author, speaker, and musician. He holds an M.Div. degree from Fuller Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. in the History and Theology of the Early Christian Church from Northwestern University. Jim is currently Professor of Church History and Historical Theology at Garrett-Evangelical Seminary at Northwestern University, as well as a consultant in Adult Faith Formation and a regular speaker in parish and lay formation programs across the Chicago area.

Fr.-McTeigue

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.

September 30th

Has the Church Been Renewed? (Fr. Robert McTeigue, S.J.)

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.

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