Kresta in the Afternoon – April 26, 2012 – Hour 1

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    First Topic - Kresta Comments - Bishop Daniel Jenky: Bold Leadership

    Bishop Daniel Jenky of Peoria told the 500 men who attended the diocese's annual men's march and Mass that "the days in which we live now require heroic Catholicism, not casual Catholicism." But what is raising eyebrows is the following: "The Church will survive the entrenched corruption and sheer incompetence of our Illinois state government, and even the calculated disdain of the President of the United States, his appointed bureaucrats in HHS, and of the current majority of the federal Senate. May God have mercy on the souls of those politicians who pretend to be Catholic in church, but in their public lives, rather like Judas Iscariot, betray Jesus Christ by how they vote and how they willingly cooperate with intrinsic evil...Hitler and Stalin, at their better moments, would just barely tolerate some churches remaining open, but would not tolerate any competition with the state in education, social services, and health care. In clear violation of our First Amendment rights, Barack Obama--with his radical, pro-abortion and extreme secularist agenda--now seems intent on following a similar path." Al has reaction.

    Second Topic - The Illustrated Bible Story by Story

    In a stunningly-beautiful coffee-table style book, Fr. Michael Collins offers and indispensable retelling of the stories that have absorbed readers for centuries. Authenticated by a team of expert biblical scholars and historians, The Illustrated Bible Story by Story traces the events and places that have shaped the scriptures, book by book, prophet by prophet, miracle by miracle. With comprehensive coverage of every major covenant, prophecy, miracle, and parable in the Old and New Testaments, set clearly in their historical and religious context, The Illustrated Bible Story by Story's uniquely accessible approach appeals to a general readership of any faith, making this an ideal gift as well as an essential resource for homes, schools, and libraries. Fr. Collins joins us.

     

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