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    Ooberfuse’s Easter Song and the Work of Notre Dame Center in Jerusalem

    On today’s Episode of JustLove –in this First Week after Easter, we welcome back to our show a member of what has been described as “Pope Francis’ favorite Electro-pop Band” the London-based Ooberfuse –  Hal St John, Multi-Instrumentalist and Producer who performed at last summer’s World Youth Day in Lisbon talks about their new Easter song titled “Dying Son” dedicated to bringing some light to the darkness of war that has surrounded the Holy Land this Easter. In addition, Monsignor Sullivan has a conversation with the Charge of the Holy See for the Pontifical Institute Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center about the work of the Notre Dame Center – a…

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    Easter Weekend Conversations: Faith, Service, and Reflections

    This week on JustLove, as we celebrate Jesus’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. Monsignor Kevin Sullivan engages in a conversation with Most Reverend Mark Joseph Seitz, the sixth Bishop of El Paso, Texas, about his dedicated work serving the borderland community of El Paso, particularly his efforts in support of migrant families and refugees. Additionally, he welcomes Mr. Bruce Chung, the Founder and Owner of Bruce Chung’s Tae Kwan Do Studio in Harrison, New York. Bruce shares his journey of participating in the RCIA program at Saint John the Evangelist Church in White Plains and his upcoming baptism into the Catholic Church this Easter. Finally, Msgr. Sullivan offers…

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    Exploring the Good Friday Peace Accords and China’s Population Decline

    On this Saint Patrick’s Day weekend, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan has a conversation with Prof. Mary C. Murphy, Ph.D., the Head of the Department of Government and Politics at the University of Cork in Ireland about the Good Friday Peace Accords – signed on Good Friday – April 10, 1998 – that ended most of the Violence that had plagued the North of Ireland for nearly Three Decades. He is also joined by Prof. Carl Minzner, J.D., who is Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law; about the recent decline in China’s Population, and what this decline could mean.

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    The 96th Annual Academy Awards and the Essence of Ramadan

    On this weekend of the 96th Annual Academy Awards taking place this Sunday, March 10th – Monsignor is joined by Actor Damian Buzzerio who – when he is not performing on the stage, he works in Administrative Support here at Catholic Charities. He talks about this Year’s Oscar Nominated Motion Pictures and whom he predicts will take home the Award for Best Picture. In addition, ahead of the First Day of Ramadan on Sunday, March 10th. He is joined by the Deputy Imam of the Masjid Al-Haram Mosque in the Bronx about the Essence and Meaning of Ramadan in the Islamic Faith, and what the purpose of the Ramadan Fast…

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    Exploring the CRS Rice Bowl Program and the Bronx Community Foundation’s Work and Impact That Affirmative Action Has Caused

    This week on JustLove, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan is joined by Chris West the Senior Trainer for Chapter Building at Catholic Relief Services about “CRS Rice Bowl” – Catholic Relief Services’ Annual Lenten Program for families and Faith Communities who want to put their Faith into Action during Lent through Prayer, Fasting and Almsgiving to help change the lives of those who live in poverty across the world. In addition, he is also joined by Dr. Meisha Porter, Ed.D. President and Chief Executive Officer of The Bronx Community Foundation about the work of the Foundation that she leads, her experiences as an educational leader, and how the Supreme Court’s decision last…

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