“Kresta in the Afternoon”—July 30, 2014—Hour 1

+  The Catholic Writer Today

  • Description: With more than 68 million members, the Catholic Church is by far the largest religious denomination in the US. Yet Catholic contribution to the fine arts is virtually nil. Why is good Catholic literature, film, music and art such a rarity? Dana Gioia, former chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, joins us.
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+  Reading and Writing an Icon

  • Description: Icons play an important role in the history and tradition of the Catholic Church. How is an icon created? Why are icons so important to the Church? Fr. Thomas Loya is with us to discuss.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Fr. Thomas Loya
      Pastor of Annunciation of the Mother of God Byzantine Catholic Parish, host of two radio programs; “Light of the East” on EWTN and “A Body of Truth” on catholicradiointernational.com
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