#239 – The Family That Prays Together

Fr. Patrick Peyton dedicated his life to promoting family prayer and devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary throughout the world. The Rosary Priest attracted huge crowds and the attention of Popes and the CIA.

Links:
Family Rosary – Continues Fr. Peyton’s mission to spread devotion to the Rosary throughout the world and includes some of the Radio Theater programs produced by Fr. Peyton.
Family Theater Productions – the radio and television organization established by Fr. Peyton to promote religious programs.
The OTR Network Library has several of the Family Theater radio programs available [requires Real Player]
Hill Number One – a Family Theatre television program produced by Fr. Peyton and contains an early appearance of actor James Dean
Information on the cause of Fr. Peyton

Sources
Hugh Wilford. The Mighty Wurlitzer. How The CIA Played America. 2008
Richard Gribble, CSC. American Apostle of the Family Rosary 2005.
Richard Gribble, CSC. “Anti-Communism, Patrick Peyton, CSC and the C.I.A.” Journal of Church and State No. 3 2003

Be sure to check out the CUTH blog for more on the history of the Catholic Church

Also check out the other great podcasts at the Starquest Production Network

Send e-mail questions and comments to catholicunderthehood@gmail.com or leave voice mail at 1 740 936 4354

To listen, just click on the link below:

podcasticon#239 – The Family That Prays Together

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One Comment

  1. Posted July 8, 2010 at 5:34 am | Permalink | Reply

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