EPISODE #112 TRENDING WITH TIMMERIE: ABORTION AND FERTILITY IN 2020
Fr. Robert Spitzer of the Magis Center joins Trending with Timmerie. They’ll discuss abortion in 2020 and what is to be expected from the Supreme Court as the battle over Roe v. Wade continues. Listen in regarding major changes in fertility both domestically and abroad as Japan faces record low birth rates. What can Catholics do? Finally they’ll discuss why the public loves Ricky Gervais’ comments from the Golden Globes.
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Booking Timmerie to speak for a pro-woman and pro-life apologetics training to help have simple conversations about abortion that will foster a strong pro-life position. https://www.radiotrending.com/booktimmerie
EPISODE #70 TRENDING WITH TIMMERIE: WHY ARE CHILDREN BEING ABANDONED IN CHINA?
Why are children being abandoned in China? The religions state of China is a mess for Christians. This reminds us how a Catholic worldview transforms our lives.. if we live it out.
On Trending this week : Why should China’s big brother social credit system concern us? Abortion is legal in Ireland now, but what do medical professionals think about it? Why was a Virginia teacher fired? How is homosexuality related to the clerical sex abuse of children? Why do women sleep better with dogs than people?
Father Tim Grumbach joins Trending with Timmerie Millington.
Originally broadcast on 12/16/18
EPISODE #68 TRENDING WITH TIMMERIE: IDENTITY AND DIVERSITY
Here you’ll hear a response to the ever growing threat of gender ideology; and, how Catholic identity calls us to authentic freedom and love as men and women who are different. Your hosts cover: Celine Dion’s launch of a gender neutral clothing line, Victoria Secret’s recent interview with Vogue on diversity, the underground Church in China, Pope Paul VI canonization, the coming of Advent, and the future of both American sex and family life. Dr. Phillip Chavez of The Men’s Academy joins Trending with Timmerie Millington.
You can find Dr. Chavez’s work at https://themensacademy.org/
First was Cuba. Could China be next? A look at the current state of Catholicism in China, as well as what is ahead. Will the communist country improve its ties with the Vatican in order to be in full communion with the Church? The Pope is working to make it happen.
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FIRST STOP: CHINA
This past summer, Servite High School junior David Gallegos studied Mandarin at a college in Shanghai, China, where he lived on his own for two months.
With no prior experience in the language, Gallegos was faced with an exciting challenge of learning the skills he needed to survive in the Chinese culture. Gallegos is representative of the type of leaders Servite is trying to form with its new Sanberg International Leadership Program.
Although Gallegos’s visit to China had no direct correlation to the program that Servite is now offering, the knowledge and experience he gained while visiting China are similar to what Servite hopes to offer once its new International Leadership Program launches.
The mission of the program is to form future international leaders by introducing students to critical foreign languages, guiding students on enriching immersion experiences abroad and providing specialized instruction focused on leadership, formation and personal cultivation—all informed by the charisms of the Servite Order.
Servite alumnus Joseph Sanberg (Class of 1997) initiated the program and has committed funding to it for a minimum of six years.
Sanberg decided to put the focus of the program in China to start things off. “Because of its rich culture and history, recent economic rise, increasingly important role in international affairs, and large population, China is an excellent source and focus of study for students interested in international education, careers and leadership,” he says.
Students wishing to participate in the program must enroll during their freshman year at Servite and take a Mandarin class for three years. Qualifying students will travel to China over the summer of their sophomore and junior years. Until the program gains momentum, the travel costs for eligible students will be funded by Sanberg.
The classes are small enough that students can get the attention they need since they are learning such a complex language. The class is taught by Ryan Judd, who graduated from Tulane University with a degree in Chinese Studies and received a Fulbright research grant to participate in their China Research program, where he spent one year studying ethnic minority groups in China. c
Ryan Hartnett is editor-in-chief of The Spokesman at Servite High School.