Society & Culture
Dr. Jeff Berger – 35+ years experience helping those with addictions and a member of the Catholic Medical Association (CMA).
Dr. Berger tells us that the avg age of those starting to use marijuana is 8-12 yrs. old and getting younger. He says that 17% of adolescence who start using marijuana will become addicted to harder drugs. Some of the symptoms of marijuana use are; sudden mood swings, falling asleep at improper times, short term memory issues, glassy eyes and strange friends appearing and that is just to name a few. Listen to find out about the other dangers of this drug that our politicians are ignoring.
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Steven Aden: How the pro-life movement will prevail
Michael Matt: What is the Great Reset?
Reggie Littlejohn: How and why China infiltrates the U.S. (Part 2 of 2)
Reggie Littlejohn: China as human rights abuser (Part 1 of 2)
Mary Eberstadt: Riots and the cry for the Father
Ken Craycraft: The Biden administration will put Christians on notice
Joe Heschmeyer: Why are we Catholic and why the papacy?
Fr. Vincent Lampert: An exorcism is a prayer to God
Ralph Martin: The biggest crisis in the world revealed
David Deavel: What Solzhenitsyn can teach a divided America
Anne Hendershott: Overcoming the politics of envy
Michael Warsaw of EWTN: Voting for life is preeminent issue
Kathleen Beckman: A Family Guide to Spiritual Warfare
Raymond Arroyo: Discovering "The Spider Who Saved Christmas"
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Matthew Franck: The future of Roe vs. Wade is up for grabs
Deacon Geoff Bennett: How to vote as a faithful Catholic
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