For Immediate Release
March 12, 2012
Press inquiries to: Megan Morris 913-426-0002
New Program to Feature Bishop Salvatore Cordileone Discussing Marriage
San Diego, March 12, 2012: Catholic Action for Faith and Family announced today a new outreach program to uphold and promote the values of the Catholic Church. Thomas McKenna, Founder and President of Catholic Action for Faith and Family, will hostCatholic Action Insight. This cutting edge show will air as ‘Special Programing’ on Eternal World Television Network (EWTN) worldwide and also be available on the organization’s web site www.CatholicAction.org.
The inaugural interview airs today with Bishop Salvatore Cordileone, chairman of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Subcommittee for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage. The interview reviews and discusses the attempts to legalize “same sex” marriage and the impact of these efforts on religious freedom and civilization.
The programs will be aired at strategic and targeted times throughout the year. It will focus on bringing experts into the homes of America and abroad to address issues of great moral and social relevance in the Catholic and Christian world. The purpose and goalaims to impact viewers in a way that educates and informs. This program is a response to a culture that is hungry for the truth surrounding controversial and confusing issues of our day.
“The goal of the interviews is to provide clear, authoritative and comprehensive answers to help those who are interested in learning more about the official teachings of the One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic Faith. It is the hope of Catholic Action for Faith and Family that this program leads to a more comprehensive understanding of the challenges that Catholics are faced with today,” said Thomas McKenna, president of Catholic Action for Faith and Family. “Our emphasis will be placed on arming viewers with the knowledge to clarify and teach others,” he added.
The program will air today, March 12, at 6:30 ET on EWTN. It will be available permanently on the organization’s website www.CatholicAction.org.