Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on April 30, 2019
4:00 – Ken Starr Looks at the Mueller Report
The long-awaited Mueller report has finally been released. As Attorney General William Barr indicated last month, there is no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, and the jury is still out on the obstruction of justice charges. The political circus likely won’t end anytime soon; presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren has called for impeachment and Congress may attempt to question current and former administration officials about the report, and effort Trump says he will fight. Ken Starr gives us his thoughts on the report.
4:20 – The Christian Life of Vincent van Gogh
In 1990, an Amsterdam museum hosted a retrospective of Vincent van Gogh’s work to coincide with the 100th anniversary of his death. Missing from the magnificent display were any of van Gogh’s Christian-themed paintings. What accounts for this Western move toward secularization in art? What were van Gogh’s Christian motivations? We talk with art historian Bill Havlicek.
5:00 – In Sinu Jesu: A Priest Speaks with Our Lord and Lady
In 2007 Our Lord and Lady began to speak to the heart of a prayerful monk as he sat in Adoration. He journaled their dialogue and his writings are now available to the public, published anonymously. We take a look with Peter Kwasniewski.
5:40 – Cruise the Caribbean with a Super Bowl Champ
By now you’ve heard about our upcoming Good News Marriage Cruise, where one of the featured speakers will be NFL veteran Matt Birk. Matt joins us to share his journey of faith and his life in the NFL.