Kresta in the Afternoon – June 6, 2007 – Hour 1

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    First Topic- Ten Tortured Words

    The First Amendment is one of the most fascinating, misunderstood, controversial, and defining sentences in American history. It has also undergone more transformation as a principle of law than any other intention of the Founding Fathers of this country. As important as this single Constitutional sentence is, few Americans know what it says, much less what it means and when it came into being. We look at the history and meaning of the 10 tortured words "Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion."

    Second Topic- Richard Chenault R.I.P.

    They were doctors, pilots, a firefighter and coach - bound by their desire to help. As news sunk in of the loss of the entire six-member crew aboard a medical transport plane, SE MI community reacted with sadness and disbelief. One of those killed was Richard Chenault, a track coach at Fr. Gabriel Richard HS and a transplant donation specialist with the University of Michigan. We pay tribute to this man of God.

    Third Topic- My Most Enduring Spiritual Lesson

    We continue our series entitled “My Most Enduring Spiritual Lesson.” Each day a well-known Catholic leader will join us to share their most enduring spiritual lesson learned through experiences in their lives. Today, long-time apologist and convert Tim Staples.

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