Patrick engages with Randall who discusses the issue of childhood hunger in his school district. The conversation takes an unexpected turn as Randall’s previous pro stance on abortion is brought up. Patrick questions Randall’s perspective, emphasizing the value of every human life and the potential of the unborn. Listeners are invited to ponder the moral implications of prioritizing the prevention of hunger over the preservation of life. The discussion continues with callers sharing their thoughts and experiences, offering insights on the impact of poverty and the importance of helping those in need.
- Ava (email) – What’s the difference between nuns and religious sisters?
- Peter – I would like to get some kids a book to help them come into the Catholic Church for the holidays. Patrick recommends the Peter Kreeft book “The Philosophy of Jesus”
- Thomas – My 28-year-old goddaughter is wanting to know more about the faith. How can I help her come back to the Church? (11:32)
- Gloria – Can someone who is living out of wedlock have a valid child’s baptism?
- Vera – What is the Church’s teaching about the Rapture? In the Gospel, what does it mean that one is taken and one is left behind?
- Randall – Abortion is illegal in MO and there are 12.6 percent of the kids in my school district that are receive free food from the government in the summer months. What should we do about this now? (32:36)
- Peter – I was a kid who would go hungry. We went days at a time without food. We try now to help feed kids.
- Nathaniel – What should we do with all the kids who are hungry now? Should we kill them?
- Patty – I struggle with worry in my life. How can I not worry so much?