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Kresta in the Afternoon – January 28, 2021 – Hour 1

Kresta Comments: The Problem of Evil

Yesterday we observed Holocaust Remembrance Day. Does the unspeakable evil and horror of the calculated murder of millions of Jews, minorities and others disprove the existence of an all-loving and all-powerful God? Al takes a look.

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We must recover “idea of worthiness to receive Communion”

In an interview discussing his recent admonition of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco emphasized the need for Catholics to recover the sense of worthiness to receive Holy Communion. We’ll discuss more with Doug Keck, who also previews EWTN’s coverage of the March for Life.

Doug Keck

Doug Keck is the President and Chief Operating Officer at EWTN.

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Archbishop Cordileone: Catholics must recover ‘idea of worthiness to receive Communion’

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Tackling Thomas Aquinas

We’re celebrating the Feast of Thomas Aquinas, one of the most important writers in Catholic History. How can an everyday Catholic begin to tackle his works? Fr. Gregory Pine helps us out.

Fr Gregory Pine

Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P. serves presently as Assistant Director of Campus Outreach for the Thomistic Institute. He served previously as an associate pastor at St. Louis Bertrand Church in Louisville, KY where he also taught as an adjunct professor at Bellarmine University. Born and raised near Philadelphia, PA, he attended the Franciscan University of Steubenville, studying mathematics and humanities. Upon graduating, he entered the Order of Preachers in 2010. He was ordained a priest in 2016 and holds an STL from the Dominican House of Studies. He has published articles in Nova et Vetera, The Thomist, and Angelicum. He is also a regular contributor to the podcasts Pints with Aquinas and Godsplaining.

Aquinas 101

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