Oct. 22, 2012 - Heresies, Immaculee's Story and Classical Music

The Bishop's Hour show

Summary: On today's show, Rob Drapeau, dean of Academics at St. Mary's High School and Theology professor with the Institute of Catholic Theology at St. Thomas the Apostle joins us for part three of a series on heresies. New York Times bestselling author and Rwanda genocide survivor, Immaculee Ilibagiza shares about her story and an upcoming event put on by Seton Catholic Prep. Betsy Sherf, coordinator of the Katzin Classical Music program tells us about her experiences bringing classical music to Catholic school children. Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted continues his series on Vatican II. The Bishop’s Hour is a program produced by and for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix, presenting Church news and theological reflections, discussing contemporary issues facing today’s Catholics in Arizona, and featuring a weekly message from Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted. It airs each Monday at 11 a.m. on 1310 AM Immaculate Heart Radio in Phoenix. Encore presentations can be heard each Thursday at 9 p.m.