On this week’s JustLove episode, Monsignor Sullivan will be speaking with two guests about Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Barbara Turk who is Director of Food Policy for New York City’s Office of the Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services will be talking about the work of the of the New York City Office of Food Policy and what her Office is doing to ensure that every New Yorker has access to affordable and nutritious food. Also on the show is Christopher Cox who is Campaign Manager of The Human Thread – a Catholic advocacy organization dedicated to fostering Catholic awareness of labor and safety issues effecting garment workers in the developing world promoting solidarity between consumers of clothing and the people that produce them. He will be speaking with Msgr. about his organization’s current postcard campaign urging consumers to encourage Macy’s and Kohls add fair trade clothing items to their stores. The campaign began on Labor Day and concludes on this Friday – Black Friday – November 25th
Hear Chaplins Stephen Binkley and Reverend William Gohring, of Orlando Health talk about the Orlando nightclub shooting and their organization’s involvement with supporting the local community. Reverend Eric J. Hall, President and CEO of HealthCare Chaplaincy Network, is also on the show to speak with Monsignor Sullivan about his global nonprofit’s focus on spirit-centered palliative care.
This episode of JustLove focuses on Brexit and American Politics with three guests. On the show, R. Daniel Kelman Chair of Political Science and Jean Monnet Chair in European Union Politics at Rutgers University talk with Msgr. Sullivan about the current situation between Britain and the EU. And Nolan McCarty who is Professor and Chair of the Department of Politics at Princeton University, speaks about the concept of political division in government.
This weekend on JustLove, Monsignor speaks with guests to discuss recent events surrounding the Orlando Shooting. On the show James Jacob, Professor at NYU School of Law speaks with Monsignor, about gun control. And Gary Tester, Executive Director of Catholic Charities of Central Florida talks about what the organization is doing to support the local community.
On this week’s JustLove, Monsignor Sullivan focuses the show on feeding the hungry. Robert Lee, Co-Founder and CEO at Rescuing Leftover Cuisine talks about how his organization partners with over 30 local restaurants and markets to secure food donations. And as World AIDS Day approaches, this episode also focuses on helping those effected by HIV/AIDs abroad. Frank Beadle de Palmo, President and CEO of mothers2mothers, an organization that focuses on paediatric HIV/AIDS, talks about how it trains, employs and empowers mothers living with HIV.
Amy Wilentz, American Journalist, writer and Professor of English at the University of California talks about Zombies and her book, “Farewell to Fred Voodoo.” Caryl M. Stern, President and CEO of UNICEF USA talks about Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF.
This weekend’s show will focus on Team Catholic Charities participating in the TCS NYC Marathon and raising money and awareness for the St. Nicholas Project. The two guests being interviewed are top fundraisers for Team Catholic Charities, Mark Murphy and Junior Board member Brian Allen. The Junior Boards very own will talk about this year’s St. Nicholas Project Shopping Day, which is being held on December 12, 2015. Team Catholic Charities member, Mark Murphy, will discuss his motivation for running in the marathon and his feelings about raising money for St. Nicholas Project.
This episode features three guests: Danielle Weisberg , Carly Zakin, founders of the Skimm and Vanessa Tucker, Vice President of Analysis at Freedom House. On the show, Msgr. Sullivan speaks with Vanessa Tucker about how her organization has been dedicated to the expansion of freedom around the world since 1941. Msgr. Sullivan also speaks with guests, Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin, on their e-newsletter and their thoughts on today’s media landscape.
On JustLove Msgr. Sullivan speaks with Gary Edmond, President and CEO of Food for the Hungry about his organization helping those in Nepal. They also discuss combating hunger and the spread of foreign aid. Also on the show is Fr. Boniface Tigga SJ, Regional Superior, at the Nepal Region of Patna Province of the Society of Jesus. They discuss Fr. Boniface’s work helping those in need.
On this week’s JustLove episode, Msgr. Sullivan focuses on the Pope’s Environmental Encyclical and the environment. He speaks with Donald Brown, Professor at Widener University School of Law, on the topic of ethics and climate change. Also on the show is Henry Longbottom, Blogger for Green Jesuit. Longbottom speaks with Msgr. about the encyclical and his article, “Why I’d Rather be a Hypocrite Than a Cynic.” from The Jesuit Post.