Kresta in the Afternoon – April 19, 2011 – Hour 1

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    First Topic – The Invisible World: Understanding Angels, Demons, and the Spiritual Realities That Surround Us

    Anthony DeStefano is here to explain the reality of the spiritual dimension that surrounds us. All aspects of the spiritual realm are discussed, including the existence of angels and demons, the whereabouts of loved ones who have passed, and even the presence and activity of God in our lives. The Invisible World demonstrates that nothing is more significant than to be reminded that no one is alone. Anthony joins us.

    Second Topic – Kresta Comments – The Oklahoma City Bombing, The Murder of George Tiller, and “Christian Terrorism”

    It’s been almost two years since the murder of late-term abortionist George Tiller and today is the 16th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. Both events are often pointed to as prime examples of “right-wing” or “Christian” terrorism. Case in point is a new book entitled “The Wichita Divide: The Murder of Dr. George Tiller and the Battle Over Abortion.” Author Stephen Singular argues that Tiller’s murder “can only be understood within the context of right-wing extremism that has become increasingly mainstream.” Al responds to this assertion.

    Third Topic – Surge in New England Mass Attendance / Bill Maher Mocks “Catholics Come Home”

    The notoriously anti-religious Bill Maher recently featured a three-minute segment on his show, slamming Catholicism, and in particular Catholic priests on Ash Wednesday. Maher specifically edited and perverted one of the highly-effective national commercials produced by the lay-Catholic charitable outreach organization, Meanwhile, this Lent, the Archdiocese of Boston, the Diocese of Manchester and seven other dioceses across the nation have partnered Catholics Come Home, to air the multimedia (TV and Internet) evangelization initiative inviting Catholics back to church – and the Bishops say it’s working! Tom Peterson, Founder and President of Catholics Come Home, is here.

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