Kresta in the Afternoon – February 4, 2016 – Hour 1

+  My Life as a Disney Animator

  • Description: Mark Henn is a Disney animator who has worked on such classic films as Aladdin, the Lion King and Enchanted. His work has largely focused on heroines and he has supervised the animation of Princess Jasmine, Mulan and other lead characters. He joins us to discuss his faith and his work at Disney.
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    • Mark Henn
      Mark Henn is a Disney animator whose contributions to animation have included several Disney leading characters, including Princess Jasmine in Aladdin and Young Simba in The Lion King. He focuses on animation of heroines, including Mulan and Princess Tiana in the Princess and the Frog. Mark has been nominated for an Annie Award four times for his accomplishments in animation.

+  Answering the Call to Evangelize

  • Description: The Fellowship of Catholic University Students is leading the way in the New Evangelization on campus. Thousands of college students have been reached for Christ, with more new lives impacted every day. We’ll hear more about the ministry from Curtis Martin.
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    • Curtis Martin
      Curtis Martin is the Founder and CEO of Fellowship of Catholic University Students, or FOCUS. HE was appointed as a Consulter to the Pontifical Council for the New Evangelization by Pope Benedict XVI and is the author of the bestselling book Made for More. Curtis also co-hosts Crossing the Goal on EWTN.
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+  Divine Mercy and Catholic Psychology

  • Description: The Institute for the Psychological Services is launching a new School of Counseling and is changing its official name to Divine Mercy University. The school will prepare students to go out into the world and bring hope and healing through knowledge of psychology, counseling and an authentic vision of the human person. Fr. Charles Sikorsky will tell us about it.
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    • Fr. Charles Sikorsky
      Fr Charles Sikorsky is the President of the Institute for Psychological Services, which is now called Divine Mercy University. He obtained his licentiate in canon law at the Pontifical Gregorian University.
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