Kresta in the Afternoon – October 12, 2016 – Hour 2

+  Kresta News Roundup

+  Blatant Examples of Media Manipulation

  • Description: Americans may be divided on almost every issue this election, but there is one thing we all agree on: we deserve facts ,not fiction, and it’s not possible to make educated decisions at the voting booth if we’re only getting part of the story from the media. Unfortunately, making informed decisions based on what we see on the news has become a lot more difficult. Teresa Tomeo, a veteran of the secular media, joins us with some examples.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Teresa Tomeo
      Teresa Tomeo is an author, syndicated talk show host, and motivational speaker on the topics of media and pop culture. Teresa travels around the world speaking on faith, culture, and media awareness. She is the host of Catholic Connection on Ave Maria Radio. She writes a column for the national Catholic newspaper Our Sunday Visitor and appears frequently on EWTN Catholic TV and other religious and secular media outlets. She is the author of many books including Beyond Me my Selfie and I.
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+  Voiceless Takes Christian Filmmaking Where it Needs to Go

  • Description: Voiceless is a new film about a parish employee named Jesse who slowly but surely joins the fight against abortion and begins protesting outside a local clinic. One day a violent incident occurs outside the clinic and he is arrested. Jesse is ordered to keep away from the clinic, effectively shutting down his ministry, and must decide what to do next. We’ll talk about the film with Monica Miller, who will also discuss a nationwide protest for the 100th anniversary of Margaret Sanger’s opening of her first birth control clinic, coming up on October 15.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Dr Monica Miller
      Dr Monica Miller is the Director of Citizens for a Pro-Life Society and the author of many books including “Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars” and “The Authority of Women in the Catholic Church.”
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