• JustLove

    Digital Connections

    On JustLove, Monsignor Sullivan speaks with two guests who focus on the digital world:  Bruce Snell, Cyber Security and Privacy Director at Intel Security and Javier Barrera, Co-Founder of Trip180.  Hear Javier Barrera, talk about how his organization is a peer-to-peer marketplace for nonprofit organizations to share their volunteer opportunities around the world. Bruce Snell also talks with Mosignor about an internal security study which compares Millennials and Gen X’ers activities. http://justlove.wpengine.com/audio/2016/7.23.16%20JustLove.mp3

  • JustLove,  Uncategorized

    Community & Police Relations

    On JustLove, Monsignor Sullivan speaks with Robert W. Snyder, Director of American Studies at Rutgers University and Lt. Sonia Pruitt of the National Black Police Association. On the show Snyder talks about his book, Crossing Broadway: Washington Heights and the Promise of New York City.  Lt. Sonia Pruitt talks about police shooting statistics and police protests.

  • JustLove,  Strengthening Families and Resolving Crises

    Spiritual Care & Health Care

    Hear Chaplins Stephen Binkley and Reverend William Gohring, of Orlando Health talk about the Orlando nightclub shooting and their organization’s involvement with supporting the local community. Reverend Eric J. Hall, President and CEO of HealthCare Chaplaincy Network, is also on the show to speak with Monsignor Sullivan about his global nonprofit’s focus on spirit-centered palliative care.

  • JustLove,  Strengthening Families and Resolving Crises,  Welcoming and Integrating Immigrants and Refugees

    Brexit & American Politics

    This episode of JustLove focuses on Brexit and American Politics with three guests. On the show,  R. Daniel Kelman Chair of Political Science and Jean Monnet Chair in European Union Politics at Rutgers University talk  with Msgr. Sullivan about the current situation between Britain and the EU. And Nolan McCarty who is Professor  and Chair of the Department of Politics at Princeton University, speaks about the concept of political division in government. Listen Now: http://justlove.wpengine.com/audio/2016/7.2.16%20JustLove.mp3