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Kresta in the Afternoon-December 26th, 2014 – COUNTDOWN OF THE TOP 40 INTERVIEWS OF 2014

Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on December 26, 2014

4:00 – #16. Natural Law, My Jewish Conversion and Changes in Academics (original air 11/14) 

Hadley Arkes joins us for a wide-ranging discussion, including how Catholicism is the logical fulfillment to his Jewish faith.

5:00 – #15. What’s Really Going on at the Synod? (original air 10/15)

The mainstream media would have us believe that the Synod represents a dramatic shift in Church teaching; among other things, many media outlets have claimed that statements from the Synod indicate the Church is on the verge of recognizing same-sex marriage. Others are saying the Church will be changing policy on divorce. Matthew Bunson, editor of Catholic Answer magazine, joins us to debunk these claims and clarify the latest decisions from Rome.

5:40 – #14.
Son of “Unbroken” Hero Recalls his Father’s Faith (original air 12/16)

In theaters Christmas Day, Unbroken is the incredible true story of Louis Zamperini, a former track star whose bomber went down in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. Zamperini survived 47 harrowing days adrift before being picked up by the Japanese and send to a POW camp, where he endured two and a half years of unimaginable psychological and physical torture. Louis’ son Luke Zamperini joins us to talk about the film and his father’s amazing story of faith and perseverance.

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