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Today on “Kresta in the Afternoon” – June 3

Talking about the “things that matter most” on June 3

4:00 – Kresta Comments

4:20 – North Korea Sentences Baptist Missionary to Labor Camp for Life
Over the weekend North Korea sentenced a South Korean Baptist missionary to a labor camp for life for allegedly trying to build underground churches in the country. North Korea has a reason to fear these underground churches as they can be tools to help North Koreans escape the country. Melanie Kirkpatrick, author of the revealing book, Escape From North Korea: The Untold Story of Asia’s Underground Railroad, reveals details of the “underground railroad” system many North Koreans use to escape the “living hell” that is North Korea.

4:40 – A Travel Guide to Life: Transforming Yourself From Head to Soul
Anthony DeStefano is here to give us a frank and inspiring guide to the crucial element so often missing from most self-help and personal development books about living a happy life: spirituality and a living, working faith in God. Clear and basic “Lifetime Principles” are at its heart, to be followed whenever we are ready to begin, no matter the lives we’ve lived, no matter the baggage we carry, no matter the faith we’ve had (or lacked) up until now. Anthony joins us.

5:00 – Kresta Comments

5:40 – Archdiocese of Detroit Survey: The Perceptions of the Faithful
The Perceptions of the Faithful survey marks the first time Archdiocese of Detroit parishioners have been asked to evaluate current planning efforts related to these mission priorities. The survey allowed for the collection of large amounts of data that will inform future planning efforts in the Archdiocese, vicariates, and parishes. Archbishop Allen Vigneron gives us the key findings of the survey, which could be extrapolated out to many Dioceses across the country.

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