• JustLove,  Protecting and Nurturing Children and Youth

    Helping Those In Need During Fashion Week

    On this week’s episode of JustLove, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan focuses the show on Fashion Week and how individuals are working to help those in need. He invites guests Kirsten Dickerson, Founder and CEO of Raven + Lily : Empowering Women Through Design and Rachel Alexander O’Neill, Founder of Little Dresses For Africa. Kirsten Dickerson talks with Monsignor about how her company alleviates poverty among women around the globe. And Rachel Alexander O’Neill talk about how her organization not only provides clothing to to vulnerable children throughout Africa but raises awareness to their needs.

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    Recent Public Health Issues Hitting Home and Abroad

    On JustLove, Monsignor Sullivan invites two guest to speak on recent public health issues: Ana S. Ayala, Director of the Global Health Law LL.M. Program at the O’Neil Institute for National and Global Health Law and Vicky Schultz, President and CEO of Catholic Charities of Shiawassee & Genesee Counties in Michigan. Vicky Schultz talks about the Flint water crisis and how her organization is helping those affected. Ana S. Ayala speaks with Monsignor Sullivan about the Zika virus and what is being done internationally.

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    The History of Sports Then and Now

    This recent episode of JustLove focuses on The History of Sports Then and Now with guests Dr. Bennet Omalu, Forensic Pathologist and Neurologist, Founder and President of Bennet Omalu Pathology and Mark Naison, Professor of History and African American Studies at Fordham University. Dr. Bennet Omalu speaks with Monsignor Sullivan about his discovery of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) and its effects on NFL football players. Whereas Prof. Mark Naison talks about sports history.    

  • JustLove,  Welcoming and Integrating Immigrants and Refugees

    CatholicCare and Creating Opportunities for Refugees

    On this week’s episode of JustLove, Monsignor Sullivan speaks with two guest whose work focuses on refugees. Hear Wissam Kahi, Co-Founder and COO of Eat Offbeat, a food service that delivers ethnic meals prepared by resettled refugees. And also listen to Joe Caddy, CEO of CatholicCare Sydney talk about disadvantaged refugee communities in Melbourne, Australia.