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Kresta in the Afternoon – April 16, 2014 – Hour 1

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Ukraine Crisis: Militants, army face off in east amid soaring tensions

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Go Forth with Hearts on Fire

  • Description: Love Courageously. Evangelization is sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ with the world. It is the fundamental mission of the Church. It begins with each of us realizing we have been courageously loved by God; we are called to return this gift of love and share the Good News with the world. Finding ways to love God and our neighbor in a radical and sacrificial way requires great courage, especially in today’s culture. But to love courageously is the most effective way we have to share the Gospel and ultimately leads us to our deepest happiness. This explains the Pastoral Letter recently published by Bishop Paul Loverde of the Diocese of Arlington, VA. We talk to him about the New Evangelization.
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The 7 Last Words of Jesus

  • Description: The Seven “Last Words” of Jesus from the cross are actually 7 short phrases that Jesus uttered on Calvary that serve as an excellent holy week meditation. To find all of the seven last words of Jesus Christ, one must read all the gospels since none of the evangelists records all 7 last words. The sayings would have been originally uttered by Jesus in the Aramaic language, but only one of the last seven words of Jesus is preserved for us in the original Aramaic, namely "Eli, Eli, lama sabacthani" or "My God, My God, why have you forsaken me," which is a direct quote of the opening verse of Psalm 22. The rest of the seven last words of Jesus are found in the gospels after having been translated into Greek by the four Evangelists. With the Triduum upon us we talk to Msgr. James Shea about the Last Words.
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Kresta in the Afternoon – April 16, 2014 – Hour 2

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“Heaven is For Real”

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A Catechism for Business: Tough Ethical Questions and Insights from Catholic Teaching

  • Description: Many managers who believe themselves to be religious are all too willing to "check their religion at the door" of their workplaces. They may simply be ignorant of the implications of their faith for their business practices. Catholic teaching on business and economics has been described (with intentional irony) as the Church's "best kept secret." The Catholic Church has over the years developed extensive and detailed guidance for many areas of business. But this guidance is often buried within lengthy teaching documents that may not be easily accessible to the busy executive. Answers to specific moral questions may be tough to find. We talk to Andrew Abela who has assembled the relevant quotations from recent Catholic social teaching as responses to these questions.
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    • Dr Andrew Abela
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A Catechism for Business: Tough Ethical Questions and Insights from Catholic Teaching (continued)

The Doctor Is In – April 16, 2014

  • Description: Dr. Ray Guarendi takes your calls!

Catholic Connection – April 16, 2014 – Hour 2

Catholic Connection – April 16, 2014 – Hour 1

Catholic Connection – April 15, 2014 – Hour 2

Catholic Connection – April 15, 2014 – Hour 1

More2Life – April 16, 2014: Making Good Choices

  • Description: To make a telecounseling appointment with Dr. Greg or one of his associates, call 740-266-6461. To purchase Dr. Greg's books, please visit: http://www.exceptionalmarriages.com/shop/default.asp

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Intro & Dr. Greg and Lisa take your calls

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Dr. Greg & Lisa talk with their guest

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    • Most Reverend Jeffrey M. Montforton
      Bishop, Diocese of Steubenville, Ohio

      Jeffrey Marc Monforton was born on May 5, 1963 in Detroit to Marc Louis Monforton and Virginia Rose (Ackerman) Monforton. He is the eldest of three sons. David is the middle son and Daniel is the youngest. Bishop Monforton attended Tinkham Elementary School in Westland, Michigan, followed by his attendance at John Marshall Junior High and graduation from Wayne Memorial High School in Wayne, Michigan. Bishop Jeffery Monforton attended Wayne State University after which he entered Sacred Heart Major Seminary and subsequently graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy in 1989. While residing at the North American College in Rome he received his Bachelors in Sacred Theology (STB) in 1992 and a Licentiate in Sacred Theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. Later, as a priest, he was awarded a Doctorate in Sacred Theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University. On June 25, 1994, Bishop was ordained a priest at the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament, Detroit, by Archbishop Adam Maida. Following ordination, he served in the Archdiocese of Detroit as associate pastor at the National Shrine of the Little Flower, Royal Oak, from 1994 through 1996. He also served on the faculty at the parish high school for two academic years in the Department of Religion. Bishop Monforton served as personal priest secretary to Cardinal Adam Maida for seven years, from 1998-2005. In addition to his responsibilities to Cardinal Maida, since 2002, he has been a member of the Sacred Heart Major Seminary faculty. Weekend assistant assignments included St. Paul on the Lake, Grosse Pointe Farms, from 1998-2002 and St. Jane Frances de Chantal, Sterling Heights, from 2002-2005. In April 2005, he traveled with Cardinal Maida to the Vatican and remained there for the funeral Mass of Pope John Paul II, the conclave and the election of Pope Benedict XVI. Bishop Monforton became pastor of St. Therese of Lisieux Church, Shelby Township, on July 1, 2005. Also in 2005, Pope Benedict XVI conferred the title of Monsignor upon him as Chaplain to His Holiness. He was named an Apostolic Visitor by the Congregation for Catholic Education to participate in the recent Apostolic Visitation of United States' seminaries and houses of formation in the academic year of 2005-2006. In 2006, Bishop Monforton became a member of the Madonna University Board of Trustees. Bishop Jeffrey Monforton was named by cardinal Maida the twelfth rector of Sacred Heart Major Seminary on August 24, 2006. He was formally installed as rector on October 29. Since 2008, he has been a Board Member of the American Friends of the Vatican Library. He was invested as a Knight of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem in Chicago, Illinois of September of 2011. Bishop Monforton concluded his six-year term as Sacred Heart's rector on May 5, 2012. He served as pastor of St. Andrew Parish in Rochester, Michigan for only two short months before being named as the fifth Bishop of Steubenville. He was ordained and installed as bishop on September 10, 2012. Since his appointment as Bishop of Steubenville he has also been appointed to the Board of Governors of the Pontifical North American College in Rome, November 2012, and to the United States Conference of Bishops subcommittee on Aid to the Church in Central and Eastern Europe, also November 2012. He was also named to the Saint Vincent Seminary Board of Regents, in Latrobe, Pa., in April 2013.

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Dr. Greg & Lisa take your calls

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Christ is the Answer – April 16, 2014: 8th Commandment

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  • Series Details: This program is part 8 of a 8-part series titled 10 Commandments.

Fire on the Earth – April 16, 2014 The Crucifixion

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