Monday, August 2, 2010

Bishop Salvatore Cordileone on “Reclaiming the Culture”

The great Bishop Salvatore Cordileone of Oakland is interviewed on this week's "Reclaiming the Culture." Bishop Cordileone speaks on “The Manhattan Declaration: A Call to Christian Conscience.” His excellency discusses the motivation behind the Manhattan Declaration, the danger in the refusal to respect the right of religious conscience, and where it leads:

“When there are no subsidiary societies, there is just the general society, just one total society, one totalitarian society.”

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Other Reclaiming the Culture shows in August include:

August 10: Fr. Robert A. Sirico, President of the Acton Institute on "The Principle of Subsidiarity and the Service of the Poor”

August 17: Noted author and speaker Professor Janet Smith of Sacred Heart Major Seminary on “The Right to Privacy”

August 24: Dr. Maria Fedoryka, Professor of Philosophy at Ave Maria University, on “The Gift of Woman”

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