I’ll be on Teresa Tomeo’s show in a few minutes…

I’ll be on Teresa Tomeo’s show in a few minutes… September 18, 2013

…to talk about By What Authority?–the Revised and Expanded EditionYou can stream it here by clicking on the “Listen live” button on the upper right hand corner.

Update:  Seems to have gone well.  I always have a hard time telling.

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  • Dave G.

    I’m listening right now. A very good job.

  • moseynon

    Hmm… your voice doesn’t sound like I expected.

    I only caught the last minute, so can’t assess how it went. It would have been nice if you had been given more time, however having the lead piece must be a prime spot.

  • Stu

    How about a frame of reference whenever you say something like “in a few minutes”? 🙂

    • chezami

      There’s a time stamp on the blog. best I could do.

      • Jason Hall

        I don’t see a time stamp. Maybe it’s not visible to readers?

        • Stu

          Nor do I. Date stamp, but no time stamp.

        • Martial Artist

          If you hover the mouse over the “date stamp” a full date/time stamp will appear. However, I’m not perfectly clear on how to interpret it. On this particular article, it reads as follows -†:
          Which probably translates to something like the following
          6:03:53 = 6:03 and 53 seconds (?12 or 24 hr clock?)
          +00:00 = time zone reference (which is probably UTC/GMT)
          If, and only if, I knew the local time for Mark when he posted it, and his time zone (which latter I do), then I could be more certain of my decoding of the time stamp. If Mark posted this at 9:03:53 PDT, that would agree with a GMT time stamp of 6:03pm GMT. If the server is not on GMT/UTC, the use of 6:03 is a bit peculiar as GMT is normally expressed on a 24-hour clock. And, there is also the possibility that the server clock (the source of the time stamp) is not specifying GMT.

          Pax et bonum,
          Keith Töpfer
          † – The actual full timestamp is preceded by the date in the format YYYY-MM-DD

          • Stu

            Good find.

  • Rebecca Fuentes

    I assume it’s archived. I’ll listen this afternoon.

  • BetsyRheaume

    Here’s a link to the audio archives for those who would like to hear it. http://avemariaradio.net/audio_archive/catholic-connection-september-18-2013-hour-2/