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Walsh & Shriver receive standing ovation in Dallas. Nashville’s WE BELIEVE hosts address the Catholic International Conference on Ecumenism and Evangelization
The New Evangelization of America, (NEA) an international association of Catholic Bishops, Priests and Laity from the Western Hemisphere, held its 2009 PAN-AMERICAN CONFERENCE in Dallas, Texas, Jan. 27 - Feb. 1. Approximately 5 Cardinals, 6 Archbishops, 50 Bishops, numerous Priests, Religious, and Lay People were in attendance, including among others, Archbishop Pietro Sambi, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States of America. The Bishop of the Diocese of Nashville, the Most Reverend David R. Choby was also in attendance.
Catholic Permanent Deacon James F. Walsh, Jr., Attorney and Theologian from Nashville, TN, and Dr. Richard V. Shriver, Professor of Philosophy & Religion, Author, and United Methodist minister from Gallatin, TN, were invited to speak at the Conference. Walsh and Shriver are hosts of the WE BELIEVE Radio and television shows produced in Nashville.
Deacon Walsh gave a short history of WE BELIEVE and explained its three emphases: Education, Evangelization, and Ecumenism. He then introduced Dr. Shriver, his Protestant co-host.
Bishop Choby commented to Deacon Walsh: "Your radio and TV conversations with Dr. Shriver are stimulating and provocative, but never argumentative." The Bishop went on to say, "In explaining what Catholics believe, you never ’water down’ the Church’s teachings. At the same time, the explanations are presented with sensitivity to persons of other faiths." Also in attendance from Catholic Media Productions, were Catholic Media Productions Directors, Tom Nicholson and Jerry Strebel.