Kresta in the Afternoon – December 29, 2016 – Hour 2

  • Description: It’s that time of year again...time for us to Count Down the best interviews of the last 12 months. Our list covers a wide range of topics from Testimony to the Year of Mercy to the year’s biggest news stories. Did your favorite interview make our list? There’s only one way to find out!

+  #7: Hope for the World: An Interview with Raymond Cardinal Burke (2 segments)

  • Description: Raymond Cardinal Burke joins us for a wide-ranging discussion, including his memories of Vatican II, his impressions of Pope Francis, the current state of the Church and much more.
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    • Cardinal Raymond Burke
      Raymond Cardinal Burke is Patron of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta.
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    • Hope for the World: To Unite All Things in Christ

      In a thorough and hard-hitting discussion, Cardinal Raymond Burke frankly offers his thoughts and insights on the pressing issues of our times: the role of the Catholic Church in the modern world, the liturgy, spiritual renewal, marriage and family, respect for human life, and more. His deep love for Christ is evident as he recounts his own upbringing in a devout Catholic family, his early priestly years, and his service as a bishop in the United States and Rome. Every topic is approached from the perspective of deep faith and sound reasoning, without polemics. Cardinal Burke, a great canonist with long pastoral experience, treats difficult subjects with clarity and directness. His lucid and straightforward answers help with understanding the essential moral and spiritual challenges of today. They uncover the foundational truths of the natural law, which is written on our hearts. (learn more)

+  #6: Kresta Comments: Renaming Good Friday in the Name of "Cultural Sensitivity"

  • Description: The City of Bloomington, Indiana has announced it will begin calling Good Friday “Spring Holiday” and Columbus Day “Fall Holiday.” City officials claim this change is intended to welcome people who do not celebrate Good Friday or who feel Columbus should not be honored. Al points out the absurdity of this thinking.
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