Podcasts

Welcome to the Ruth Institute podcast page! This is one of my favorite places on the entire site! Here we've collected recordings of my speeches, interviews, and other programs for you to enjoy. Some of these podcasts are from live lecture halls, speeches or rallies. Others are from radio interviews. In all cases, you receive the benefit of the Ruth Institute knowledge and experience on all issues relating to the Sexual Revolution.

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Does the Family Have a Future? (Part 1)

(October 13, 2016) Dr J travels to Smithfield, Rhode Island to speak at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church on the theme "Does the Family Have a Future?" Addressing over 100 people, she describes why the family is the basis of society.

Stay tuned for the second part of her talk or head over to our Ruth Refuge for the Q&As after each talk.

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101 Tips for Marrying the Right Person

(October 3, 2016) Dr J went on a whirlwind trip to Australia earlier this year; while she was there, she connected with several wonderful people in the marriage movement down under. Here she's giving an interview to John Jurgutis from Cradio on the second book she authored with Betsy Kerekes, 101 Tips for Marrying the Right Person.

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Dr J and Jennifer Johnson on the Sexual Revolution

(September 17, 2016) Dr J was invited to Phoenix, Arizona to speak to the diocese there. We've already podcasted that one, but during that visit, she and Ruth's Director of Operations Jennifer Johnson were once again guests on Immaculate Heart Radio's "The Catholic Conversation" with Steve and Becky Greene. They're discussing the Ruth Institute's work healing the family and shedding light on the problems wrought by the sexual revolution--divorce specifically.

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Cafeteria Catholicism and Public Service

(September 21, 2016) Dr J is once again Todd Wilkin's guest on Issues, Etc. They're discussing the "cafeteria Catholics" who pick and choose what to believe; they also touch on the current attempt by the Wijngaards Institute to pressure the Catholic Church to alter its teaching on contraception. The Institute was invited to make a presentation before the United Nations this week on the subject.

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Contraception, Catholics, and the U.N.

(September 20, 2016) Dr J is invited to be a guest on EWTN's Morning Glory to discuss the current attempt by the Wijngaards Institute to alter Church teaching on contraception with a presentation before the United Nations.

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Recycled Dissent and Renewed Emphasis on Humanae Vitae

(September 20, 2016) Dr J is once again Sheila Liaugminas's guest on Relevant Radio's A Closer Look. They're discussing the current attempt by the Wijngaards Institute to alter Church teaching on contraception with a presentation before the United Nations. This attempt is not going unresponded-to by Humanae Vitae Catholics, however.

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Catholics in the Public Square

(September 17, 2016) Dr J was invited to Phoenix, Arizona to speak on "Catholics in the Public Square" to the diocese there. Her talk is designed to prepare people for personal and civic engagement on the marriage and life issues in the current cultural climate.

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Record Low US Fertility Rates and a Legal Challenge to Polygamy Laws

(August 16, 2016) Dr J is once again Todd Wilkin's guest on Issues, Etc. They're discussing the historic low in the United States' fertility rate. They also briefly touch on the first legal challenge to United States polygamy law...

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Jennifer Johnson on Cogwatch

(March 2016) Here's one from our files: Jennifer Johnson is a guest on Dr. Robert Oscar Lopez's podcast Cogwatch. They're discussing divorce, freedom, and family.

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Dr J on Cogwatch

(August 5, 2016) Dr J is a guest on Dr. Robert Oscar Lopez's podcast Cogwatch. They're discussing Marilyn Monroe, the sexual revolution and its victims, and what went wrong with Christian churches on the topic of sexuality. Dr. Lopez also wrote a piece for the Federalist on this topic.

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