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Kresta in the Afternoon – May 27, 2015

Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on May 27, 2015


4:00 – Why are Catholic Bibles Bigger?  

Catholics and Protestants agree that scripture is inspired by God but we can’t agree on which writings belong in the Bible. How do we know the seven deuterocanonical books are inspired Scripture? We take a look with Gary Michuta.  

5:00 – Stage is Set for Supreme Court Review of HHS Mandate Challenge

Rob Muise joins us to talk about Priests for Life’s fight against the HHS contraception mandate.

5:20 – Medicaid Expansion Could Expand Federally Funded Abortions

Michael New is our guest as we take a look at changes being made to Medicaid coverage.

 

5:40 – Kresta Comments: Catholic Ireland Adopts Gay “Marriage”: Politics without Catechesis Always Fails

One of the most historically Catholic countries in the world has become the first country to recognize same-sex marriage by popular vote rather than a court order or legislative action. The vote wasn’t even close; nearly 63% of voters said “yes” and only one district in the entire country had a majority of “no” votes. How did this happen? Not a single significant public figure in the country urged voters to defend traditional marriage. Why not? Al has comments.

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