Kresta in the Afternoon – April 23, 2014 – Hour 2

+  Strength and Solidarity at the 118th Boston Marathon

  • Description: Laurie Kearney, 47, of San Diego had already planned to run in the Boston Marathon for the 19th time before the terrorist bombs exploded a year ago — abruptly ending the iconic event with bloodshed, death and terror. However, she said the attack motivated some of her San Diego friends to qualify for this year’s marathon “as a show of strength and support that the bad guys weren’t going to take away this race.” At Mass in a nearby chapel after her run, Kearney thanked God that she and her husband had a safe race, there were no “major catastrophes” and that Meb Keflezighi, a Californian by way of Eritrea, won. We talk to Justin Bell of the National Catholic Register who reported on the bombing then and now
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+  Kresta Comments: The Encyclicals of Pope St. John Paul the Great

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+  Kresta Comments: The Encyclicals of Pope St. John Paul the Great (continued)

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