Kresta in the Afternoon – November 8, 2018 – Hour 1

  • Description: We're live from the EWTN Catholic Radio Conference!

+  A Psychologist’s take on the Crisis

  • Description: Dr. Ray Guarendi gives us a psychologist's take on the crisis facing the Church.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Dr. Ray Guarendi
      Dr Ray Guarendi is the father of 10, clinical psychologist, public speaker and nationally syndicated TV and radio host. He’s the host of The Dr is In and “Living Right with Dr Ray.” He’s also the author of many books, most recently "Thinking Like Jesus: The Psychology of a Faithful Disciple"
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    • Thinking Like Jesus: The Psychology of a Faithful Disciple

      Too often we are late in realizing that we mishandled a situation, causing both resentment and frustration. But what if you could approach every situation with the mind of Christ? Using his decades of experience as a clinical psychologist and a practicing Catholic, Dr. Ray Guarendi offers dozens of short reflections that combine sound spiritual advice with the best of modern psychology. Dr. Ray will help you address countless daily problems and create a plan of action for your most common troubles. With frankness and humor, Dr. Ray tackles the topics that too often bring confusion and heartache. (learn more)

+  Spiritual Reflections on a Church in Crisis (2 segments)

  • Description: What do we do when our priests and bishops betray their mission? It’s not just a recent problem in the Church – just minutes after they were ordained, one of the apostles sold Jesus to the Pharisees and the rest fled his side in fear. But Peter – the man who denied Christ three times – still ended up as our first pope. Fr. Mitch Pacwa joins us with spiritual and scriptural reflections on a Church in crisis.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Fr. Mitch Pacwa
      Fr Mitch Pacwa is the host of EWTN Live and the founder and president of Ignatius Productions, a Catholic media apostolate. He's the author of Saved: A Bible Sudy Guide for Catholics. Visit

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