Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on April 11, 2018
4:00 – Whose Side are they On?
It’s been nearly 17 years since the 9/11 attacks, but most Americans don’t seem to understand Islamism any better than they did on that fateful morning. We haven’t seen an attack of that magnitude on American soil since and heightened security measures are doing all they can to prevent another one. But the idea of cultural jihad remains largely unaddressed. What is stealth jihad? We’ll talk with William Kilpatrick.
4:20 – Confessions of an Imperfect Mom
How many of us run ourselves ragged trying to have the “perfect” family? Clean house, well-kept lawn, and well-behaved, well-groomed kids who are the envy of all the other parents? Colleen Duggan has tried – and she has seen how damaging this drive can be for parents and kids. Slowly but surely, she’s learned to let God be in control. She joins us.
5:00 – Evangelization and the importance of Catholic Radio
Earlier this week we looked at a Gallup poll that shows a drastic decline in Mass attendance among American Catholics since 1955. We’re looking at a situation where not a single age demographic – even those older than 60 – can claim Mass attendance at over 50%. What can we do about it, and how can Catholic radio help? We’ll talk with Archbishop Allen Vigneron.
5:20 – Kresta Comments: The World’s Debt to the Catholic Church