Kresta in the Afternoon – July 11, 2007 – Hour 2

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    First Topic – Seven Principles of Catholic Social Teaching

    Christians through the ages have sought to take the example and words of Jesus to heart and to live them in social settings very different from ancient Palestine. Catholic social teaching is an offspring of this effort. Certain teachings of the Catholic Church are very clear and relatively easy to articulate. Catholic social teaching, on the other hand, is difficult to summarize so neatly. Nevertheless, this complexity can be summarized imperfectly in terms of seven key principles of Catholic social teaching. We examine these seven principles.

    Second Topic – 33 Questions About American History You Aren't Supposed to Ask

    Did the Founding Fathers support immigration? Was the Civil War all about slavery? Was the Constitution meant to be a “living, breathing” document? Thomas Woods answers these and 30 other Questions About American History You Aren't Supposed to Ask.

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