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New Episode of Word for Word - CAUTION: Men at Work

January 6, 2010
Roll up your sleeves and get ready to work – there’s a big job ahead that will certainly involve some seat, toil, and heartache. But the end result? Well, the job itself as assigned by Pope John Paul II, is to build a Civilization of Love so I think that speaks for the end product itself.
But what does that mean, exactly? Joining us on this latest episode of Word for Word is Carl Anderson, Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus and author of A Civilization of Love: What Every Catholic Can Do to Transform the World.
Now as Pope John Paul II defended traditional gender roles, we too must recognize that men and women have each been given their own gifts, talents, and vocation to live. And so as we speak to Mr. Anderson, head of the world’s largest fraternal organization, we’ll focus on the role that men in particular play in building this civilization of love.
Join us on January 7th at 9pm ET for Word for Word.

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