Kresta in the Afternoon – October 20, 2009 – Hour 2

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    Topic One – Kresta Comments

    Topic Two – Mary, Mother of the Son (Part 2 of 3)

    Mary, Mother of the Son
    takes the reader on a tour de force exploration of the Marian dimension of Catholic thought, life, prayer, and practice. In Volume One: Modern Myths and Ancient Truth, we discover the fascinating way in which Mary emerges with profundity, beauty, and love from the pages of Scripture in the light of apostolic teaching. We probe how the gospel of Christ crowns and perfects, not only the Old Testament, but the deepest insights of the great non-Christian philosophies, religions, and myths. We learn how to read the Bible as the earliest Christians did and find out how Mary safeguards the deepest truths about Christ and his Church. Mark Shea, author of the trilogy is here for part two in our three-day series on Mary, Mother of the Son.

    Topic Three – Healthcare and Catholics: True and False Arguments

    Healthcare reform – it’s one of those causes almost everyone favors, but which almost automatically produces sharp arguments when we ask what it means and how it might be realized. You would have had to be living in a cave for the past eight months to be unaware that Americans are deeply divided on this matter, and that the division runs clean through the middle of many communities. That includes Catholic America. Sam Gregg looks at healthcare and Catholics: true and false arguments.

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