Press Interview Guest: Samuel Gregg 44:35 Actons Director of Research Samuel Gregg joins host Sheila Liaugminas on Relevant Radios A Closer Look to discuss his recent article at the Public Discourse entitled God, Reason, and Our Civilizational Crisis. They discuss how differences between how societies view the divine will often cause tension and conflict between, and even within, cultures. Soundcloud: Audio File:
Press Interview Guest: Elise Hilton 11:09 Acton Communications Specialist Elise Hilton joins host Shelly Irwin on the WGVU Morning Show in Grand Rapids, Michigan to discuss Actons upcoming moderated panel discussion on the issue of human trafficking, Hidden No More: Exposing Human Trafficking in West Michigan. Soundcloud: Audio File:
Radio Free Acton 34:51 Paul Edwards talks with Wesley J. Smith of the Discovery Institute and author of the Human Exceptionalism blog on National Review Online about the very real threats to the core idea of the dignity of the human person that exist in the intellectual world today. Soundcloud: Audio File:
Radio Free Acton 30:16 In this edition of Radio Free Acton, we take a look at the current state of the crisis in the Ukraine. Paul Edwards takes the mic as host, and talks with Acton Institute Director of Research Samuel Gregg about the geopolitical context of the crisis and the different force that are currently acting on the Ukraine, making the crisis more acute; he also talks with Acton Director of Communications John Couretas about the religious and social undercurrents that are also...
Radio Free Acton 19:31 What does Acton University have to offer to a high school teacher? We talk with Becki Essner (AU11, 12 13) about her experiences at Acton U, the things that have impacted her the most at the conferences, and how she integrates the lessons learned at Acton U into her work at Notre Dame Regional High School in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Soundcloud: Audio File:
Radio Free Acton Guest: Samuel Gregg 23:36 Director of Research Samuel Gregg and Research Fellow Michael Matheson Miller discuss the upcoming papal conclave. They explain the process that will be used to choose Benedict XVIs successor and what should be on the cardinals minds as they go about this process. Soundcloud: Audio File:
Press Interview Guest: Samuel Gregg 4:14 Samuel Gregg, Director of Research at the Acton Institute, comments on the teachings of Pope Francis during his tenure as a Cardinal in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as well as his longstanding opposition to liberation theology, as part of a report that aired on National Public Radio. This interview aired on March 25, 2013.
Press Interview Guest: Michael Severance 9:51 Michael Severance, Operations Manager at Instituto Acton in Rome, Italy, speaks with Boston Archdiocese Radio on some of his personal experience with then Cardinal Bergoglio prior to his election in March of 2013 as Pope Francis. This interview took place in Rome on March 18, 2013.
Press Interview Guest: Rev. Robert A. Sirico 6:16 Rev. Robert A. Sirico, President of the Acton Institute, joined The Warren Pierce Showon WJR Radio in Detroit, Michigan to discuss Pope Francis and the different perspective that he brings to issues, especially relating to social justice and caring for the poor. This interview took place on March 17, 2013.
Press Interview Guest: Michael Matheson Miller 8:36 Michael Matheson Miller, Director of PovertyCure at the Acton Institute, joins host Hugh Hewitt onThe Hugh Hewitt Show to discuss Pope Francis views on poverty and poverty alleviation, and how those views intersect with the PovertyCure project. This interview took place on March 15, 2013.
Press Interview Guest: Rev. Robert A. Sirico 8:17 Rev. Robert A. Sirico, President of the Acton Institute, discusses the new papacy of Pope Francis with Hugh Hewitt onThe Hugh Hewitt Show. This interview took place on March 14, 2013.
Press Interview Guest: Samuel Gregg 9:38 Dr. Samuel Gregg, Director of Research at the Acton Institute, joins host Dave Weekley on Metro News Hotline (WCHS, Charleston West Virginia) to give an overview of the papal conclave process about to commence in the Vatican. The interview took place on March 5, 2013.
Press Interview Guest: Samuel Gregg 13:56 Dr. Samuel Gregg, Director of Research at the Acton Institute, joins host Al Kresta onKresta in the Afternoon on the Ave Maria Radio network to discuss the future of the Roman Catholic Church in the wake of the surprise resignation of Pope Benedict XVI and in anticipation of the upcoming papal conclave. The interview took place on March 5, 2013.
Press Interview Guest: Samuel Gregg 27:55 Dr. Samuel Gregg joins host Marie Stroughter on the African American Conservatives podcast to discuss his new book,Becoming Europe: Economic Decline, Culture, and how America can Avoid a European Future. This interview took place on March 5, 2013.
Press Interview Guest: Rev. Robert A. Sirico 10:20 Rev. Robert A. Sirico joins guest host Raymond Arroyo onThe Laura Ingraham Show to comment on the departure of Pope Benedict XVI from the Vatican for the last time in his papacy.
Radio Free Acton Guest: Samuel Gregg 21:04 In this episode of Radio Free Acton, Michael Matheson Miller is joined by Actons Director of Research Dr. Samuel Gregg to reflect on the papacy and legacy of retiring Pope Benedict XVI. This is part 1 of a two part podcast.
Press Interview Guest: Samuel Gregg 10:24 Dr. Samuel Gregg, Actons Director of Research, joins host LIam Cochrane on Radio Australia to discuss the legacy of outgoing Pope Benedict XVI as the world reacts to the announcement of his resignation.
Press Interview Guest: Kishore Jayabalan 30:49 Kishore Jayabalan, the Director of the Acton Institutes Rome office, joins host Al Kresta and fellow panelists Fr. Joseph Fessio, S.J. (Founder of Ignatius Press) and Theresa Thomeo (host of Ave Maria RadiosCatholic Connection) onKresta in the Afternoon to discuss the surprise resignation of Pope Benedict XVI.
Press Interview Guest: Rev. Robert A. Sirico 4:42 Rev. Robert A. Sirico calls in toMorning Joe on MSNBC to discuss the surprise announcement by Pope Benedict XVI that he is resigning from his position. Click here for the video from MSNBC.