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Recent Episodes

Jackson Heights Prays for Nepal

April 27, 2015

The Nepalese community of Jackson Heights, Queens, has taken to the streets to publicly pray for family and friends back home, following […]

Holy Cross Volleyball Up and Running

April 27, 2015

For the first time, Holy Cross High School in Flushing has a volleyball team.  Currents sports correspondent Jim Mancari reports on the […]

“We have a Fearless Pope”

April 27, 2015

Currents anchor Liz Faublas speaks with Father John Cush, a Brooklyn Diocese priest currently studying in Rome, about a possible terror attack […]

Marriage March Aims to Send Message

April 24, 2015

Currents correspondent Katie Breidenbach reports on the goal of this year’s March for Marriage in Washington.  The March is happening three days […]

Media Apostle’s Vibrant Ministry

April 24, 2015

One of the Paulist religious orders, the Daughters of St. Paul, have team with Spirit Juice Studios to produce a documentary about […]

“Christ has Entered that Union”

April 24, 2015

Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio speaks with Currents News Director Ed Wilkinson about the sacramental aspect of marriage. On April 25, the Brooklyn Diocese […]

Catholic England: What Would It Look Like?

April 24, 2015

Currents correspondent Michelle Powers speaks with English historian Daniel Selwood, who hypothesizes about what England might look like if Catholicism were the […]

Bishop Loughlin’s Green Roof

April 23, 2015

Currents correspondent Konrad Aderer visits Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School in Fort Greene, where a green roof is proving beneficial to the […]

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