Kresta in the Afternoon – June 13, 2008 – Hour 2

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    First Topic – Pope Benedict XVI and his Vision for Europe

    The Acton Institute’s Sam Gregg outlines Benedict XVI's diagnosis of Europe's contemporary crisis of identity, clarifies his proposals for European renewal. We also assess the chances of realizing this vision. What are the obstacles, where are the pitfalls?

    Second Topic – Benedict and Liturgy: Forward-Thinking or Backward-Looking?

    Msgr, John Zuhlsdorf has the #1 visited Catholic blog on the internet and his primary interest is in the area of liturgy. We sit down to discuss Benedict’s vision for liturgy, Vatican II, the response of the faithful and the world of Catholic blogging.

    Third Topic – Divorce: Cultural and Economic Consequences

    Divorce is often viewed as a private matter but it has serious public consequences for both culture and the economy. Canon lawyer, Fr. Paul Hartmann will look at the impact of divorce from economic and cultural perspectives in the light of Christian theology.

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