This morning I spoke on the popular hour-long"Radio Times" show on WHYY, the NPR affiliate in Philadelphia, with Marty Moss-Coane. The topic was the Vatican's investigation of the LCWR. Notable was not only the length of the show (which afforded the opportunity for an in-depth discussion rare on radio) but also the two other guests, who saw the issue under consideration in extremely different ways. Sister Simone Campbell is the director of Network, a Catholic social justice organization that came under direct criticism in the the Vatican's :Doctrinal Assessment." Ann Carey is the author of Sister in Crisis: The Tragic Unravelling of Women's Religious Communities. There were some extremely lively interchanges with the two women, and with the callers who did not fear to ask tough questions (neither did Miss Moss-Coane). Here's the show, now online.
NPR's "Radio Times" with Marty Moss-Coane