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“Kresta in the Afternoon”— September 12, 2014

Talking about the Things that Matter Most on September 12

4:00 – Kresta Comments: Breaking Down Obama’s ISIS Speech (part 2)


4:20 – A Catechism for Business: Tough Ethical Questions and Insights from Catholic Teaching


Many managers who believe themselves to be religious are all too willing to “check their religion at the door” of their workplaces. They may simply be ignorant of the implications of their faith for their business practices. Catholic teaching on business and economics has been described (with intentional irony) as the Church’s “best kept secret.” The Catholic Church has over the years developed extensive and detailed guidance for many areas of business. But this guidance is often buried within lengthy teaching documents that may not be easily accessible to the busy executive. Answers to specific moral questions may be tough to find. We talk to Andrew Abela who has assembled the relevant quotations from recent Catholic social teaching as responses to these questions.

5:00 – Desire of the Everlasting Hills


This film provides intimate and candid portraits of three Catholics trying to navigate the waters of self-understanding, faith, and homosexuality. It takes humility and courage to face certain questions about our lives. One such question is, “How do I know if I am designing my life well? By what standard can I come to a conclusion?” This question is closely linked with another, “What is the purpose of my life? What does it mean to be fulfilled and at peace?” And these are the central questions around which the film turns. One of the people featured in the film is Dan Mattson, a gregarious artist who spent his life hiding a deep sense of isolation from those who loved him. Dan joins us.

5:40 – Kresta Comments: Kresta Comments: Breaking Down Obama’s ISIS Speech (part 2)

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