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Al Kresta Responds to Detroit Free Press Article: “Catholic radio station invites anti-Islam blogger to speak at EMU”

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August 7, 2013

By Al Kresta

The Detroit Free Press, Ann Arbor.com and Deadline Detroit have suggested that Ave Maria Radio is sponsoring a hate-fest. It is because of such ignorant opinions that Ave Maria is holding these debates.

Here is Al Kresta’s response:

“While I am grateful to the Free Press for covering the conference, I was disappointed that Robert Spencer’s participation was treated as a sign of ill will. Have we lost our confidence in honest confrontation? It was Shadid Lewis of the Muslim Debate Continue Reading

Pope Francis on Gays: “Who Am I To Judge?”

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Secular media twists compassion into approval for gay lifestyle

Ann Arbor, MI, July 29, 2013 – On the plane back from Brazil’s World Youth Day, Pope Francis conversed with journalists on a broad range of subjects. The next morning, his statement, “If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge?” was reported by leading media outlets as a signal for change within the Catholic Church. Generally ignored was the pontiff’s reiteration that the Church teaches that homosexual acts are a sin.

“This is yet another example of the mainstream media being utterly incompetent when reporting on matters of religion,” says Al Kresta, author Continue Reading

Dangers to the Faith: Al Kresta’s Latest Book

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“The great need today is to love our enemies into the saving power of Jesus Christ. How can we do that unless we know who they are? Many thanks to Al Kresta for showing us the field of our love with Dangers to the Faith. He treats mainly of ideas, but it is people who hold these ideas. Some of these may even have taken small root in our own hearts. Let us allow Christ’s love to root them out and then help us to be a sign of salvation to our whole world.”

Bishop Earl Boyea, Diocese of Lansing, Michigan 

A storm has been brewing in society and its treatment, views, and activities toward the Catholic Faith.

Some are subtle, others are more brazen — New Age thought, questionable spirituality, “creedless” Christianity, relativism, scientific skepticism, the triumph of technology, and even the self-styled spirituality of Oprah Winfrey.

All these masquerade as “truth,” making it tough for the average Catholic to Continue Reading

Catholic Talk Show Hosts React to Benedict Resignation and Future for the Church

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As the world begins to absorb the news that a sitting Pope has resigned for the first time in 600 years, we now face many questions about the next Pope, the Papal transition, Benedict’s future role, and the challenges facing Benedict’s successor. Two nationally-syndicated Catholic talk show hosts are available for expert commentary. Al Kresta and Teresa Tomeo both host daily 2-hour programs heard on over 200 radio stations on the EWTN Global Catholic Radio Network and Sirius Satellite.

“I think many Catholics are still trying to adjust Continue Reading

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