Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on August 28, 2018
4:00 – Kresta Comments: Thoughts on the Vigano Fallout
The testimony released by Archbishop Vigano has already provoked an avalanche of responses. One this is for sure – they demand investigation. It’s time to start treating our bishops like the brothers in Christ they are. Al has some more thoughts.
4:20 – Dear Troubled Catholics
We spoke a few weeks ago with Ralph Martin, when the current crisis in the Church was just becoming known and we would never have dreamed of a bombshell like the Vigano testimony. Ralph spoke about how he had never seen so many Catholics deeply and rightfully troubled. The good news? This is an opportunity for tremendous change. In light of the latest news, we’ll listen to our conversation with Ralph again.
5:00 – Finding Happiness with the Holy Spirit
It’s easy to forget during such troubled times, but we are made for happiness. God has a plan and a purpose for our lives and He wants to help us discover it. How? The Holy Spirit. We talk with Deacon Larry Oney.
5:20 – What is a Classical Education?
Kids are heading back to class, and some schools are considering a new approach to learning. It’s called Classical Education, and it’s an attempt to reverse the secular fragmentation that is becoming a trademark of mainstream education. The Catholic Church has been a leader in education for centuries and the Classical Education approach is the latest example. We talk with Tim DiLaura.
5:40 – So Much for History: History Channel’s Ridiculous Last Pope
History Channel recently released a documentary called The Last Pope, and it contains anything but History. Thomas McDonald puts it a little more bluntly, calling it “two solid hours of hot garbage, with endless padding relieved only by commercials.” We’ll play some clips of the documentary and talk with Thomas about just what makes it so bad.