Skip links

Kresta in the Afternoon – February 15, 2021 – Hour 2

How is the Vaccine Rollout Going?

Since vaccine distribution began in the U.S. on Dec. 14, more than 52 million doses have been administered, reaching 11.5% of the total U.S. population, according to CDC data. Dr. Steve Doran checks in on the progress of the rollout and what Catholics should know about the vaccines.  

Dr. Steve Doran

Links for this Segment

Making Sense of Bioethics: 185 : Must Catholics Refuse a COVID-19 Vaccine Made with a Cell Line from an Abortion?

The ethics of a COVID-19 vaccine: An in-depth interview with Dr. Steve Doran

Moral Considerations Regarding COVID Vaccines

National Catholic Bioethics Center

Listen to this Segment

Overcoming my “No” – How I became Catholic  

It was 1994 and, after intensive study, Per Saelid concluded that, contrary to what some professors and friends had told him, Catholics were Christians. He asked the Holy Spirit to lead him to a deeper relationship with the Lord, and in response he heard God calling him to the Catholic Church. But he said “no.” How did he come to change his mind? Per joins us.

Per Saelid

Per Saelid is a retired Air Force officer living near Sequim, Washington. He worships at St. Joseph Catholic Church and assists with parish Religious Education programs, is part of the RCIA team, and serves with the Knights of Columbus. Per is also a member of the Little Flower of the Olympics Lay Carmelite Community.

Links for this Segment

Be Not Afraid

Listen to this Segment

Share with Friends: