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Kresta in the Afternoon – February 24, 2021

Kresta in the Afternoon – February 24, 2021

4:00 – Former Christianity Today Editor becomes Catholic

Christianity Today is known as the “journal of record” among American Evangelicals and for twenty years it was led in part by Mark Galli, a former Protestant minister. Recently, Mark came into full communion with the Catholic Church. He joins us to explain why.

4:40 – OSV Challenge Inspires Catholic Innovators

Our Sunday Visitor is partnering with Ave Maria Radio to announce the 2021 OSV Challenge. Has your faith motivated you to make a difference? Do you have an idea for a project that will help create a meaningful, positive influence in the Church and world? The OSV Challenge will help incubate these project ideas – with three $100,000 grand prizes on the line. Matt Smith has more.

5:00 – Communism’s Deadly Legacy  

When the Berlin Wall fell in November 1989, it was seen as a victory for the entire Western world. For years Americans, though divided on many issues, were united against a common enemy in Soviet-style Communism. We’ve talked before about the devastating effects of a Communist ideology, but what of the man who conceived them? We look at the life and thought process of Karl Marx with Paul Kengor.