NEWEST EPISODE: IMMIGRATION REFORM IN THE SPOTLIGHT
The national push for comprehensive immigration reform is among the topics discussed with Cardinal Francis George in the latest edition of The Church, the Cardinal and You. The Cardinal also talks with host Andrew Lyke about the reported human rights violations in Syria and the stance taken by the Catholic Church regarding an appropriate response to the tense situation.
The cable TV program also features a discussion with Archdiocesan Mission Director Sr. Madge Karecki about the great work being done by missionaries around the world.
The Church, The Cardinal and You is a monthly news show featuring interviews with Cardinal George and broadcast via the Comcast cable network. Andrew Lyke, director of the Office for Black Catholics, and Todd Williamson, director of the Office for Divine Worship, host this show that includes a variety of stories taped at locations across the Archdiocese of Chicago. This program is produced by the Archdiocese of Chicago's Office of Radio and Television.
Comcast customers who live in Chicago and throughout the suburbs can see The Church, The Cardinal and You, Sunday at 2:30 p.m. on CN-100, the Comcast Network (Channel 100). The program also airs Friday at 7 p.m. on Chicago Loop Cable Channel 25.
A pilgrimage and prayer vigil recently brought together people of different faiths and ethnic backgrounds in a show of support for immigration reform. This video report is part of our current edition of the cable TV news magazine, The Church, the Cardinal and You.
Cardinal George and Todd Williamson discuss the sacrament of reconciliation. Comments from the Cardinal were shown as part of the cable TV program, The Church, the Cardinal and You.