Kresta in the Afternoon – February 10, 2016 – Hour 1

+  The Purpose of Catholic Higher Education

  • Description: Most college students graduate with the knowledge needed to succeed in their field, and little else. Catholic universities provide much more. We’ll talk about it with Tim O’Donnell.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Tim O'Donnell
      Timothy O’Donnell is the President of Christendom College, where he is a Professor of Theology & History. He was the first layman to receive a doctorate in ascetical and mystical theology from the Angelicum in Rome.

+  For God and Country

  • Description: She was thirteen when St. Michael first appeared to her in a vision. Within five years she was rallying a demoralized army, leading the French to a definitive defeat of the English. Captured and imprisoned in England, at nineteen years old she was burned at the stake after a rigged ecclesiastical inquisition falsely charged her with heresy. Joan of Arc isn't your typical saint. Fr Michael Cerrone joins us to discuss St. Joan of Arc's mission and accomplishments.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Fr. Michael Cerrone
      Fr Michael Cerrone is a former military chaplain and the author of “For God and Country: The Historic Life and Martyrdom of St Joan of Arc.”
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+  Kresta Comments: How to Take in the Year of Mercy

  • Description: Al comments on how we can interiorize this Year of Mercy and life it to our fullest potential.

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