Kresta in the Afternoon – August 6, 2009 – Hour 1

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    First Topic – How to Create Evil Characters if You’re a Good Catholic

    As the Catholic Writers’ Guild holds it’s first ever Catholic Writers Conference this week in coordination with the Catholic Marketing Network, we talk with author and speaker Regina Doman. Why do Catholics need contemporary novels that they can call their own, and how can novelists create evil characters as a good Catholic?

    Second Topic – Teen Idol, to Catholic Musician, to EU Politician

    Dana is established as one of Ireland's most successful entertainers, having enjoyed outstanding acclaim through best selling Catholic recordings, top rating television appearances and major headlining concerts both in Ireland and abroad. In addition to continuing her Catholic Music ministry all over the world, in the spring of 2004, Dana became the first woman to be awarded the highly acclaimed San Benedetto Award for her outstanding work in defending life and the family. We talk with her about music, European politics, and testimony.

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