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American Catholic History, hosted by Tom and Noelle Crowe, finds the hidden gems and compelling stories of Catholic Americans who have contributed to their nation by virtue of their faith over the past three centuries.

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American Catholic History, hosted by Tom and Noelle Crowe, finds the hidden gems and compelling stories of Catholic Americans who have contributed to their nation by virtue of their faith over the past three centuries.

    Mother Teresa in America

    Mother Teresa in America

    ACH131: Mother Teresa was one of just a few people to be made an honorary US citizen, and Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us how this modern saint gave her truly Christ-like witness to divine love and the dignity of every life to all Americans–including the the most influential and powerful–on several occasions.

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    * National Prayer Breakfast 1994 | C-SPAN.org

    * Right to Life Speech 1985 | C-SPAN.org

    * President Reagan Presenting the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Mother Teresa on June 20, 1985 – YouTube

    * From Calcutta to California – how the Missionaries of Charity came to the US

    * Mother Teresa Honorary U.S. Citizen – Los Angeles Times

    * How Mother Teresa Challenged Hillary Clinton on Abortion| National Catholic Register

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    • 22 min.
    Lilies of the Field: The Back Story

    Lilies of the Field: The Back Story

    ACH130: The recent death of Sidney Poitier gave Tom and Noëlle Crowe an excuse to go back and look at this award-winning movie and the book it is based on, including the back story of how it was made; the dedication and sacrifice of those who made it; and the real-life nuns who inspired this story of faith and humanity.

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    * Lilies of the Field – Vanguard of Hollywood

    * The heart of Barrett’s ‘The Lilies of the Field’ – Georgia Bulletin – Georgia Bulletin

    * 58 Years Later, the Classic ‘Lilies of the Field’ Still Bridges Racial and Religious Divides| National Catholic Register

    * The Lilies of the Field (novel) – Wikipedia

    * Lilies of the Field (1963 film) – Wikipedia

    * Buy the Lilies of the Field (DVD)

    * Buy the The Lilies of the Field (book)

    * WILLIAM E. BARRETT DIES AT 85; AUTHOR OF ‘LILIES OF THE FIELD’ – The New York Times

    * Lilies of the Field at 50: Race, Religion, and Sidney Poitier’s Westward Journey. – Free Online Library

    * Sidney Poitier: Black America follows in legendary actor’s footsteps

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    • 22 min.
    St. John Neumann

    St. John Neumann

    ACH129: St. John Neumann was the first male American saint. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tells us how this diminutive priest took a leap of faith by coming to the US from Europe to be a priest for His people. He eventually became bishop of Philadelphia, and along the way gained a reputation for holiness in bringing Christ through word and deed.

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    * The Walking Saint: Bishop John Neumann

    * The Redemptorists » St. John Neumann

    * Bohemian born priest John Neumann who became US saint | Radio Prague International

    * 19 June 1977: Canonization of John Nepomucene Neumann | Paul VI

    * About St. John Neumann | The National Shrine of St. John Neumann

    * John Neumann – Wikipedia

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    • 26 min.
    The Carmelites of Port Tobacco

    The Carmelites of Port Tobacco

    ACH128: The first women’s religious community in the US was the Carmel of Port Tobacco, Maryland, and Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us about the Catholic families behind the founding, how they overcame anti-Catholic discrimination, and the restoration that preserved the sacred place.

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    * Carmel of Port Tobacco

    * Bernardina Teresa Xavier of St. Joseph (Anne Matthews) Foundress of Baltimore Carmel – The Carmelite Nuns of Baltimore

    * Ann Teresa Mathews – Wikipedia

    * Restorers of Mount Carmel in Maryland

    * St. Teresa Association

    * Mount Carmel Monastery – Wikipedia

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    • 17 min.
    Revisiting Frank Capra

    Revisiting Frank Capra

    ACH127: Frank Capra is beloved for his Christmas classic “It’s A Wonderful Life,” and in this revisitation of the famed director, Tom and Noëlle Crowe remind us that his distinctly Catholic vision of God, truth, and humanity gave his films the ability to counteract the meanness of the world.

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    * American Catholic History #27: Frank Capra

    * The Catholic Vision of Frank Capra

    * Frank Capra vs. the Devil

    * On Religion – After 70 years, It's (still) a Wonderful (Catholic) Life in Frank Capra's epic – Columns

    * Frank Capra – Wikipedia

    * Resolved by Faith: Frank Capra

    * Capra's Comedy of Triumph | EWTN

    * Frank Capra’s Forgotten Christmas Classic

    * Frank Capra made It’s A Wonderful Life after an experience of deepening faith | Catholic Strength

    * New Again: Frank Capra – Interview Magazine

    * The "People"

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    • 22 min.
    Bernard Nathanson

    Bernard Nathanson

    ACH126: Bernard Nathanson was one of the fathers of legalized abortion in the US and was himself responsible for thousands of deaths. But as Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us, he had a profound Catholic conversion late in life that could be compared to St. Paul’s Damascus moment.

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    * An Ex-Abortionist speaks

    * Bernard Nathanson, abortion doctor who became anti-abortion advocate, dies at 84 – The Washington Post

    * Bernard Nathanson’s Conversion | EWTN

    * Dr. Bernard Nathanson remembered for his profound pro-life conversion | Catholic News Agency

    * Bernard Nathanson – Wikipedia

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    • 23 min.

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