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We recently observed the 50th anniversary of Pope St. Paul VI’s encyclical Humanae Vitae, and this year marks the 40th anniversary since the beginning of Pope St. John Paul II’s Wednesday audiences that collectively are known as the Theology of the Body. How are these two teachings connected? And what do they still have to say to Catholics today?

Dr. Michael Waldstein, translator of the English translation of John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, will discuss these and related questions with Franciscan University Presents host Dr. Bob Rice, professor of theology and catechetics at Franciscan University of Steubenville, and panelists Dr. Scott Hahn and Dr. Regis Martin of Franciscan University’s Theology Department.

March’s Show: “Theology of the Body and Humane Vitae”

Airdates:  Sunday, March 3rd, at 10 pm, Thursday, March 7th, at 5 am, and Friday, March 8th, at 2 pm

For more information, visit the Presents page.

Fr. Michael Scanlan, TOR: Homily: Mary, Mercy, and the Eucharist

By Faith&Reason - January 13th, 2017

Fr. Michael Scanlan, TOR, President Emeritus of Franciscan University of Steubenville, delivers a homily at the Mary, Mercy, and the Eucharist Conference in 1996.

“Behold this heart that so loves man.”

Fr. Michael Scanlan, TOR: Homily: Losing Your Life To Save It

By Faith&Reason - January 13th, 2017

Fr. Michael Scanlan, TOR, President Emeritus of Franciscan University of Steubenville, delivers a homily at the Defending the Faith Conference in the summer of 1995.

This homily includes the story of when Fr. Scanlan met Mother Teresa of Calcutta and of praying with Pope John Paul II.

Fr. Michael Scanlan, TOR: Jerusalem Fire Rally

By Faith&Reason - January 13th, 2017

Fr. Michael Scanlan, TOR, President Emeritus of Franciscan University of Steubenville, delivers the homily on the opening night of a FIRE Rally in Jerusalem, on November 10, 1992.

“(In) every suffering, every glory, every joy, every disappointment… you will see the steps of a disciple.”