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Kresta in the Afternoon – April 16, 2015

Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on April 16, 2015


4:00 – The Relevance of the Theology of the Body

It’s been just over ten years since the end of St. John Paul II’s earthly mission and his legacy lives on. Marybeth Bonacci is here with a look into the relevance of John Paul II masterpiece the Theology of the Body, both today and into the future.

4:20 – A History of Apologetics

Christopher Check joins us today to discuss the history of apologetics and how strategies for defending the faith have evolved. The arguments remain the same but the applications for those arguments may change with the times. What are the most effective strategies for today?

4:40 – My Battle against Hitler

Dietrich von Hildebrand was a German philosopher who campaigned heavily against Hitler and Nazi ideology. John Henry Crosby has extensively studied von Hildebrand’s work and has devoted years of study to von Hildebrand’s teachings. Through his study he has found a living witness to the power of faith and the nobility of truth. He joins us to discuss von Hildebrand’s teachings and legacy.

5:00 – Coming Home to Holy Mother Church

Marcus Grodi lived a faithful life as a Protestant minister for years. He eventually began to feel that something was missing, which started his amazing journey home to the Catholic Church. He joins us today with his son Jonmarc.

5:40 – TBA  

 

 

 

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