It will at 5 in the morning (Dallas time, CST) for the first 15 minutes. (What I suffer for the faith, right? ha!)
It will be two "ordinary people" ... one of whom is me, natch ... and a Catholic journalist.
Well, that was an interesting experience. I'm glad that Tom taped it on a computer in the other room because I finished thinking that a headline would read something like, "Local Oaf on Radio Show." Upon listening, however, I was not quite as off target as memory showed. Though I believe I proved that one can still ramble even within two sentences. There is a definite talent to putting out those concise, targeted news-byte answers and I now have a new respect for those who do it.
You can listen here or at the embedded audio below. My press agent (a.k.a. Tom) went back to the page later and saw the pull quote for the story. So I guess it wasn't a total train wreck!
People are people are people throughout time. So once the first horror of what's happened is over, you kind of have to get a grip, and if you're going to remain Catholic you have to look at the bigger picture.— Julie Davis