• JustLove,  Welcoming and Integrating Immigrants and Refugees


    Through the UN Summit on Refugees & Immigrants and Recent Presidential Debate This week on JustLove, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan speaks with guests who specialize in current issues surrounding immigration in the U.S. On the show. Sister Donna Markham, President and CEO of Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA) shares her experiences at the United Nations Summit on Refugees and Immigrants. She also talks with Monsignor Sullivan about CCUSA’s role in supporting immigrants and refugees. Also on the show is Jamie Longazel, Assistant Professor of Sociology; Research Fellow at the Human Rights Center of the University of Dayton. He speaks with Monsignor Sullivan about the presidential debate how and the topic of immigration was covered. Listen Now http://justlove.wpengine.com/audio/2016/9.28.16JustLove.mp3…

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    The UN & Future Global Leaders

    Photo: Wade McMullen & Suzanne J. Currie On JustLove Monsignor Kevin Sullivan welcomes guests Wade McMullen, Managing Attorney at Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights (RFKHR)and Suzanne Currie, Executive Director of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award USA-New York Metropolitan Area. Msgr. and Suzanne will be discussing the work of the Awards Program and how it helps young people reach their full potential whatever their circumstances by equipping them with new skills, confidence, and motivation to become productive global citizens and leaders. Msgr. and Wade will be discussing the initiatives of the RFKHR and how some of their work is based on UN goals.

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    The Republican Party

    On JustLove, Monsignor Sullivan focuses on The Republican Party  during this election season with guests Msgr. Kieran Harrington, Vicar for Communications at the Diocese of Brooklyn and Avik Roy, Opinion Editor at Forbes. On the show Msgr. Kieran Harrington talks about the Republican National Convention. Whereas, Avik Roy, Opinion Editor at Forbes discusses the Republican party and race relations. Listen now http://justlove.wpengine.com/audio/2016/9.14.16%20JustLove.mp3

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    Key Points from
    Labor Day Mass 2016

    Here are some basic interconnected points from the homily of this past Labor Day Mass: As members of one world, each of us, therefore, has the responsibility to better that world. Labor union is a good example of solidarity in the workplace to build a better world, a better economy in which the dignity of workers is respected and decent wages and benefits are paid. As we endeavor to build a better external world, we need to look inside ourselves to change as necessary to create a better heart and spirit within us so that goodness might flow from our interior lives.