Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on October 1, 2020
4:00 – Kresta Comments: Faithful Citizenship Series
4:20 – Preaching Effectively During Election Season
During this election season Catholics are looking for spiritual guidance in properly forming their conscience to vote. Priests and bishops have an opportunity to do this in their homilies, and to do so in a way that doesn’t “mix” politics and the Mass. We’ll talk about how with Janet Smith.
5:00 – Amy v. the Anti-Birthers
The confirmation fight for Amy Coney Barrett is sure to be contentious. Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion organizations insist the seat is RBG’s and should be filled by someone with a similar judicial philosophy, which in their eyes means support for abortion. We’ll look at some of the attacks and the coming confirmation hearings with Paul Kengor.
5:20 – How Faith Helped a Detroit Police Officer Overcome Racial Hatred
Ike McKinnon is a former Detroit Chief of Police and Deputy Mayor who served in the Detroit Police Department in the 1960s. He’s seen the worst of race relations and was even nearly murdered by a fellow police officer. But through this he has stayed firm in his Faith in God, knowing that despite the headlines we are largely a society of honorable people. He joins us.