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Brittany Maynard: Death With Dignity’s New Face

February 26, 2015

Advocates of euthanasia, or “Death with Dignity,” say their cause is all about reducing the suffering of a sick person and their family. They argue that by allowing patients to die “on their own terms,” euthanasia eliminates the suffering of all involved. Wesley Smith disagrees. A true dignified death can be realized by eliminating the suffering, not the sufferer.

Kresta in the Afternoon – February 13th, 2015

Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on February 13, 2015

4:00-4:20 Kayla Mueller – Heroic Martyr or Reckless Zealot?


Kayla Mueller was tragically killed in an air strike targeting the terrorist group ISIS while being held captive by them. Kayla was captured while traveling between a hospital and a train station in Syria. In her home state of Arizona she was known by her family and friends as a kind, generous, selfless person who often traveled doing mission work and other humanitarian activities. Did Kayla ignore her better judgment and the advice of her family and friends in choosing to go to such a notoriously dangerous place? Kayla’s college ministry leader Rev. Kathleen Day joins us today to talk about Kayla’s life and witness and hopefully answer a few of our questions.

4:20-6:00 Direct to My Desk


We’re talking to you again today. Today we take a look at a recent discussion regarding the source or foundation of our rights as humans, and Americans. Some say that our rights are afforded to us by the Constitution. We take a look at the flaws and history of this argument. Then we’re tackling 5 lies our culture tells us today. Do you agree with our list? What would you add to it? And finally a Chicago Little League team was stripped of its title due to a recruiting scandal that took players from outside district lines. Jesse Jackson is now threatening a lawsuit claiming racist motives. Are we as Americans trained to be victims? We discuss all this and more today on Kresta in the Afternoon. We’re looking forward to hearing from you on these and other topics.

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Obama Administration: Birth Control Mandate is Final; Bishops Vow to Fight (Audio)


Kresta in the Afternoon Interview

January 31, 2012

By Al Kresta

Both the president of the U.S. bishops and the bishops’ Pro-Life chairman called on the thousands of Catholics gathered today at the March for Life to speak out for the protection of conscience rights and religious liberty. “From a human point of view, we may be tempted to surrender, when our government places conception, pregnancy and birth under the ‘center for disease control,’ when chemically blocking conception or aborting the baby in the womb is considered a ‘right’ to be subsidized by others who 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

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

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

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