Kresta in the Afternoon – March 22, 2007 – Hour 1

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    First Segment - The Values and Influence of America's Eagle Scouts

    Over the past century, America's Eagle Scouts have earned a reputation for service, virtue, and leadership that is recognized throughout the world. Alvin Townley set out across the country to hear the stories of these Eagle Scouts. During his journey, Alvin discovered stories of character, courage, and inspiration. He asked them what they learned on the road to Eagle. Almost to a man, they learned about leadership, loyalty, and God. We hear the stories.

    Second Segment - 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, a shepherd of the Church who has served as parish pastor, university professor, Seminary Dean, Rector and President and as an official of the Vatican office of Secretariat of State - Bishop Allen Vigneron.

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