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Kresta in the Afternoon – 1/25/21

Kresta in the Afternoon – 1/25/21

Talking about the Things That Matter Most

4:00 Kresta Comments

4:20 – How Did Churchill’s Faith Affect his Politics?

What did faith mean to Winston Churchill? Unlike many politicians of his day he was not transparent about his beliefs, did not regularly attend services, and once described himself as “not a pillar of the Church but a buttress.” Still, he did have a sense of faith that contributed to his idea that he was “walking with destiny.” January 24 marks the anniversary of his death, and we’ll talk more with Gary Scott Smith.

5:00 – Respect Life Mass Disrupted by Protestors: An Eyewitness Account

Friday, January 22 was the anniversary of Roe vs Wade and Catholics around the country commemorated it with special Masses in honor of the unborn. During our program we learned of a Respect Life Mass in Columbus, OH that had been disrupted by pro-abortion protestors. Jennifer Mulligan was at the Mass with her family and she shares what she saw.

5:20 – How Paul’s Encounter with Christ Formed the Basis of his Theology

Today is the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul. It’s probably one of the most well-known scenes from the Book of Acts – Saul, stricken to the ground, hearing a voice asking “why do you persecute me?” From this radical encounter came the foundations of all St. Paul’s theology. Steve Ray shows us how.