Here’s the latest from the crossroads of faith and media:

This pandemic is providing all of us with some cosmic lessons about what’s really important. Here are three well-known guys of notable accomplishment sharing their experiences and insights.

1. Fox News anchor Ed Henry writes about the experience of donating part of his live to save the life of his sister in his new book Saving Colleen. Here he is talking with NET TV’s Christine Persichette about the importance of faith, family and gratitude.

2. Singer Harry Connick, Jr. talks about the enduring value of friendship on his lockdown-themed YouTube series Hunker Down with Harry.

3. In his pandemic-focused YouTube series Going Viral, physicist and former ABC News science editor Dr. Michael Guillen ruminates on the “translogical” mysteries of the universe and how it can be helpful to view major challenges like the novel coronavirus through a multi-faceted lens.

 

 

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