Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Today on "Kresta in the Afternoon" - November 13, 2012


Talking about the "things that matter most" on Nov. 13

Live From the USCCB Fall Assembly in Baltimore, MD

4:00 – Kresta Comments

4:20 – Overview of the USCCB Fall Assembly
As we continue our broadcasting from the USCCB Fall Assembly, Catholic journalist Russell Shaw is here to discuss the agenda items that have been discussed in open session so far this week and what may be happening behind closed doors tomorrow in the closed sessions.

4:40 – Celebrating Vatican II in the Modern Era
The Second Vatican Council was one of the most important ecumenical councils in the history of the Catholic Church. Its intention, Blessed Pope John XXIII said at its opening ceremony 50 years ago this fall, was "to give to the world the whole of that [Church] doctrine which, notwithstanding every difficulty and contradiction, has become the common heritage of mankind — to transmit it in all its purity, undiluted, undistorted." We talk about Vatican II with Bishop Alexander Sample of the Diocese of Marquette, MI.

5:00 – The Church and a Bishops Obligation to Teach Clearly and Unambiguously on Catholic Political Responsibility
In light of the recent election results, Bishop Daniel Jenky joins us to discuss the witness of the Church in forming Catholic consciences, challenging the culture, and working through the implications of our refusal to comply with the HHS Mandate.

5:20 – Kresta Comments

5:40 – Overview of the USCCB Fall Assembly
As we continue our broadcasting from the USCCB Fall Assembly, Catholic journalist Greg Erlandson is here to discuss the agenda items that have been discussed in open session so far this week and what may be happening behind closed doors tomorrow in the closed sessions.

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