The world needs the Black Madonna

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Our Feb. 28th guest is Br. Mickey McGrath, an Oblate of St. Francis de Sales, an award-winning artist and author of 18 art and faith books. We discuss his recent article, We need images of the Black Madonna now more than ever.

We also discuss these articles:


Catholic colleges say peaceful gun control protests won’t impact admission

Dozens of Catholics arrested as they call on Congress to help ‘Dreamers’

Chicago’s Cardinal Cupich: Listen to young people about guns

Teachers are not soldiers. Arming them is counter to the message of the Gospels.

The uncertain future of Catholic Ireland



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