Kresta in the Afternoon – November 17, 2017 – Hour 2

+  Why would a non-Catholic attend a Catholic school?

  • Description: What about a Catholic school attracts non-Catholic students? Soren Hansen and Jack Ferguson are devout non-Catholic Christians who decided to leave home and travel cross-country to attend Notre Dame. We’ll talk with them about why they decided to attend a Catholic school.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Soren Hanson
      Soren Hansen is a student at Notre Dame from San Diego. She’s a member of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. She’s a student of Art History and Constitutional Studies.
      • Jack Ferguson
        Jack Fergusonis a student at Notre Dame from Bethesda, Maryland. He’s vice-president of the Right to Life Club.

    +  Witnessing about What Matters Most (2 segments)

    • Description: Leonard DeLorenzo joins us again to discuss the importance of witnessing and how we can teach our kids to measure their success by how they follow Christ, not by how much is in their bank account. We’ll also look at the significance of the Sabbath and why we take an entire day out of the week to rest and honor God.
    • Segment Guests:
      • Leonard DeLorenzo
        Leonard J. DeLorenzo teaches theology at the University of Notre Dame, where he also directs Notre Dame Vision, the Notre Dame Catechist Academy, and the Notre Dame Character Project within the Institute for Church Life. He’s the author of Witness: Learning to Tell the Stories of Grace that Illuminate our Lives and of the forthcoming What Matters Most: Empowering Young Catholics for Life’s Big Decisions.

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