Pastor Ryon Price and Father David Cruz have a dynamic conversation with Ann Krier about the role of women in the Church. The three also discuss sexuality and spirituality. You can hear Faith Matters every Sunday at 5:00 pm only on 89.1, Lubbock's Voice of the Arts.
This year marks the centenary of the birth of Albert Camus, the great novelist of existentialism. It's a movement that many Americans think of as quintessentially Parisian, born of cafe-table philosophizing and fueled by packs of Gauloises. But Camus wasn't a native of metropolitan France. He was born and raised in Algeria into a pied-noir family ("black foot," the phrase used to describe descendants of French settlers), grew up in working-class Algiers, and pined for north Africa long after he moved to the French capital in 1942.
Ryon and David visit with Maestro of the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, David Cho. The three discuss Les Miserables, Baseball and Forgiveness. You don't want to miss this fascinating conversation. You can hear Faith Matters every Sunday at 5:00pm only on 89.1, Lubbock's Voice of the Arts.
For the past 37 years, Robert Caro has devoted his life to writing the definitive biography of Lyndon Johnson. So far, The Years of Lyndon Johnson has four acclaimed volumes and has shown readers just how complex the 36th president was, as both a politician and a man.