Kresta in the Afternoon – June 18, 2019 – Hour 2

+  Welcome to Acton 2019

  • Description: This week we’re broadcasting from Acton University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Acton Institute president Fr. Robert Sirico joins us to discuss how the principals of Christianity can be used to build a free and virtuous society.
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    • Fr. Robert Sirico
      Fr Robert Sirico is the President and co-founder of the Acton Institute. His writings appear in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal
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+  Kresta Comments: The Declaration of Truth and the Development of Doctrine (2 segments)

  • Description: Last week Cardinal Raymond Burke and Bishop Athanasius Schneider, among others, signed a “Declaration of the Truths Relating to Some of the Most Common Errors in the Life of the Church of Our Time,” a document reaffirming key Church teachings in a time of “doctrinal confusion and disorientation.” Al looks at the document and explores the development of doctrine.
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    • Dangers to the Faith: Recognizing Catholicism’s 21st Century Opponents

      A storm has been brewing in society and its treatment, views, and activities toward the Catholic Faith. Some are subtle, others are more brazen -- New Age thought, questionable spirituality, "creedless" Christianity, relativism, scientific skepticism, the triumph of technology, and even the self-styled spirituality of Oprah Winfrey. All these masquerade as "truth," making it tough for the average Catholic to know how to resist, let alone respond. No one is more qualified to pull back the curtain on the challenges the Catholic Church faces today than Al Kresta, popular Catholic author, speaker, and radio show host. A revert to Catholicism, Kresta is well known for his rigorous examination of topics in art, religion, academia, and business. Dangers to the Faith: Recognizing Catholicism's 21st Century Opponents is the perfect springboard for discussing the new world in which the Catholic Church exists today. Learn how to better carry out the missionary mandate of the Church. The question isn't whether you will be a witness to Christ, but whether you will be an effective witness. (learn more)

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