Catholic Perspective is a weekly 30-minute award winning radio program of the Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg. It features news, information and inspiration for all people of faith. It informs listeners about the good works of the Diocesan Church and its members. Listeners hear reports on how the Church is addressing major issues and meet prominent Catholics from the worlds of entertainment, literature and sports. The personal stories of those with a vocation to the religious life are shared. Reviews of current television programs and movies from a Catholic perspective are also featured.
This week on Catholic Perspective, Father Paul Clark of the Diocesan Tribunal speaks in part two of our four part series on the Catholic Annulment process with contributor Rose Atkinson. Eleanor Rossman discusses faith, family and being a favorite in the eyes of God during our Today’s Catholic Family segment featuring Brenda and Randy Lee, who are active in their local parish and have raised six children in a faith environment. The Jewish Roots of the Catholic Faith is the topic of Father William Weary’s teaching moment. The meaning behind the phrase “Abortion Stops A Beating Heart” is discussed by Micaiah Bilger from the PA Pro Life Federation. Catholic Schools Week is the topic of our Coffee and Catholicism segment with Jim Gontis, Director of the Religious Education Office. He offers us some interesting facts and figures about Catholic schools in the Central Pennsylvania.
It can be heard on the following stations at these times.
– WHYF AM 720 on Mondays at noon with an encore Sunday at 3 p.m.
Sunday mornings on:
– WHVR-AM 1280, Hanover, at 8 a.m.
– WKOK-AM 1070, Sunbury, at 6:30 a.m.
– WIEZ-AM 670, Lewistown, at 8 a.m.
– WWEC-FM 88.3, Elizabethtown, at 8:30 a.m.
– WWSM-AM 1510, Lebanon, at 7:00 a.m.
– www.wisl1480.com , Shamokin at 11:00 a.m.
– www.OldiesRadio1620.com at 6:30 a.m.