Summer is upon us and we have a full schedule on Restoration Radio.
If you missed The Beautiful Things this last week, you missed a really "enlightening" conversation on Medieval illuminated manuscripts. Host Magdalene Zapp interviewed artist Daniel Mitsui about this important and quite Catholic art form. As always with any Restoration Radio, you'll learn something new!
Still to come this month, Bishop Daniel Dolan graces us on two programs. Today he will teach us about the devotion of the Stations of the Cross and later this month, as we approach Independence Day here in the States, he will discuss America and Catholicism and what that relationship has been like in the past and what its relationship is in present day.
Catholic History with Charles Coulombe enters the "Summer of Darkness" in which we will discuss the Holy Inquisition, the Crusades, and of course, Galileo. Tired of the lies of the ignoranti? Come to the Restoration Radio Network for the real story about real history and real Catholicism. We will start the "Darkness" (tongue-in-cheek, of course) with the Crusades.
Our newest show, Introduction to Catholicism with Fr. Julian Larrabee, premieres this Wednesday evening. Perfect for those non-Catholic listeners who have written to us asking for a show that will explain the Faith to them, this show will also be a great refresher for the Cradle Catholics too!
As part of our ongoing update to our websites we have launched a new portal, www.truerestoration.org, which is a gateway to the work that we do and a resource to link to the social media sites we use.
Bridging the Gap - Music for Entertainment That Speaks of the Liturgy - If we are to evangelize the culture, we need creative artists in all disciplines who connect with people today. This is the primary and achievable aim, in ...
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