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Bishops Behaving Boldly (Audio)


Kresta Commentary

December 19, 2011

By Al Kresta

It seems as though Catholic Bishops are under attack in the last few years. Just in the last week, CBS news and an op-ed by Kathleen Kennedy Townsend as well as the recent “American Catholic Council” Conference, attack the Bishops as backward looking, overly-conservative rigid old men who can’t embrace the future. We also have those on the “far right” of Catholicism who constantly point out the worst in the Bishops and lump them all together as a group of liberal, gay-loving progressives who all-in-all are Continue Reading

Two Michigan Abortion Clinics Shut Down for Good (Audio)


Kresta in the Afternoon Interview

November 29, 2011

On Nov. 21st in a hearing before Judge Calvin Osterhaven of Eaton County, Richard Remund, owner of the Womans Choice clinics entered into an agreement with the Michigan Attorney General to dissolve his clinics. Moreover, Remund is forever barred from being part of any incorporation of a Michigan medical facility. On Nov.7, Michigan Attorney General, Bill Schutte, brought a motion against Womans Choice clinics, citing the clinics for illegal incorporation.  Continue Reading

Al Kresta at the Culture of Life Conference

October 8, 2011

Al Kresta was the Keynote Speaker at the 1st Annual Aquinas College Culture of Life Conference held in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Al’s talk was entitled, The Civilization of Love.

Pat Robertson says Alzheimer’s makes divorce OK (Audio)


Kresta in the Afternoon Interview

September 22, 2011

By Al Kresta

Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson told his “700 Club” viewers that divorcing a spouse with Alzheimer’s is justifiable because the disease is “a kind of death.”During the portion of the show where Robertson takes questions from viewers, he was asked what advice a man should give to a friend who began seeing another woman after his wife started suffering from the incurable neurological disorder. “I know it sounds cruel, but if he’s going to do something, he should divorce her and start all over again, but make sure she has custodial Continue Reading

Dr. Ray Guarendi on The Journey Home

September 12, 2011

Ave Maria Radio marks 15 years

AMR 15 Yr Logo

The Michigan Catholic

September 8, 2011

By Robert Delaney

DETROIT — From a modest start in 1996, Ave Maria Radio has grown into the largest producer of Catholic radio programming in the United States.

As it celebrates its 15th anniversary, the Ann Arbor Township-based organization’s programs can not only be heard on the two radio stations it operates — WDEO (990 AM) Ypsilanti and WMAX (1440 AM) Saginaw – but nearly 160 other stations across the country carry at least some its shows.

With all of that, plus also EWTN Global Catholic Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio, Ave Maria Radio personalities such as Al Kresta, Teresa Tomeo and Dr. Ray Guarendi Continue Reading

Fr. John Corapi, Canon Law and the Process for Priests Accused of Abuse (Audio)


Kresta in the Afternoon Interview

June 29, 2011

In light of the Fr. John Corapi Scandal, a bright shining spotlight has been shone on the “process” of what happens when a priest is accused of abuse or impropriety. Canon lawyer Michael Dunnigan discusses the “process” and the role that canon law plays. Click Play on the video below to hear Al discuss this issue with Mr. Dunnigan.  Continue Reading

Imitate Christ or Imitate the Blacksheepdog


Kresta Commentary

June 22, 2011

By Al Kresta

John Corapi has been one of the most effective communicators of what some have been calling “dynamic orthodoxy”. It’s really just basic Catholicism. But the truth has power and many people have been built up by Fr. Corapi preaching that truth. Others have returned to full communion with the Church, still others have come to know Christ for the first time.

So three months ago when a former employee alleged that he had behaved in a manner contrary to his priestly calling and his religious association removed him from active public ministry, dynamically orthodox Catholics grew dismayed. He may Continue Reading

Teresa Tomeo on The Catholic View for Women

June 16, 2011

Join Teresa Tomeo, Janet Moranna and Astrid Bennet Gutierrez as they discuss various issues of concern to women in the Catholic Church.

Dr. Ray Guarendi on EWTN’s Bookmark

May 29, 2011

Doug Keck interviews Dr. Ray about his book, Marriage, Small Steps, Big Rewards.

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