In this hour, we dove into the complexities of immigration with heartfelt and thought-provoking discussions. We explored the importance of legal pathways, balanced with compassion for those seeking a better life. We tackled tough questions on capital punishment and the Church’s shifting stance, reflecting on ethical dilemmas and miscarriages of justice. We celebrated the influence of educators and engaged in candid conversations on training for the priesthood, emphasizing the careful preparation necessary for spiritual leadership. With insights on immigration policy and personal stories close to the border, we grappled with the search for safety, order, and humanitarian responsibility. Thank you for joining us in this crucial dialogue, and remember, the compassion we extend today shapes the world of tomorrow.
- Vicki – Border situation: If you were a person who walked into a Catholic Church and asked for Communion, you would need to go through all sorts of hoops to become Catholic. Same thing with immigration.
- Cyrus shares an email from a family who earned a Green Card for a family member saying it wasn’t easy, but it’s the right way to go about it
- Christie – The disciples get upset that someone is casting out demons but doesn’t follow them. What does that mean? (12:01)
- Bill – There are a lot of immigrants in South West FL. What other country in the world would allow what is happening to happen?
- Mike – I agree with you on the border issue. Maybe the immigrants will bring the Catholic faith back to our country.
- Rose – Capital Punishment: What do you think about them killing that inmate with nitrogen? (34:27)
- Roberto – As a Mexican American I can’t believe how the rails have fallen off with the current government. I have family who are still waiting in the system to be USA citizens. It is ridicules what is going on.