Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on September 24, 2020
4:00 – Kresta Comments: Shaping History through Prayer and Fasting
Today is the National Day of Prayer and Fasting! Throughout history we have examples of how people turned to prayer during times of carnage, terror and fear. Al looks at how prayer and fasting can change the world.
4:20 – A History of the American Catholic Voter
Surveys over the last several elections have shown that Catholics generally vote the same way as the rest of the country, but most fail to make the key distinctions for those Catholics who regularly attend Mass and make their faith the center of their lives. Deal Hudson joins us with a look at the recent history of the American Catholic voter.
5:00 – Kresta Comments: Reactions to the Breonna Taylor Verdict
5:20 – “Notorious” RBG and the Cool Factor
Since her death, Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been lauded as the picture of refinement and style, the type of woman that every woman should get behind and emulate. But what if there was a crack in RBG’s thought? What if, despite all the trappings, she missed something fundamental? What if she wasn’t always able to thinking independently, but was also caught up in the vortex of radical feminist ideas that dominate our culture? We’ll talk with Carrie Gress.
5:40 – Marian Consecration for Children
Colleen Pressprich first made a consecration to Mary in college and continues to renew her consecration on every Feast of the Immaculate Conception. It’s a wonderful gift, but it may be too advanced for young children. That’s why she has developed a Marian consecration for families. She joins us.