Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on November 21, 2019
4:00 – Kresta Comments: A Post-Christian Nation?
4:20 – My Escape from Jonestown
More than 900 people died on November 18, 1978 in what has become known as the Jonestown Mass Suicide. But was it suicide – or was it murder? Leslie Wagner Wilson was there that day and she risked everything to escape with her young child. She joins us with her story.
5:00 – Overcoming Spiritual Discouragement
We’ve all experienced some form of spiritual discouragement. And the devil exploits this, trying time and again to lead us into an overwhelming sence of disturbance. Fr Timothy Gallagher joins us to pull back the curtain on these false attempts with gentle reflections can can lighten the burdens of everyday spiritual life.
5:40 – Ohio Nurses Back Assisted Suicide
The Ohio Nurses Association, a union with 11,000 members, recently endorsed legalizing assisted suicide and committed itself to “educating the public about medical aid in dying, supporting legislation to protect the rights of dying patients to control the circumstances of their death and providing resources to nurses about the nurse’s role in caring for patients requesting medical aid in dying.” We take a look at the story with Dr Ashley Fernandes.