Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Today on Kresta - June 30, 2010

Talking about the "things that matter most" on June 30

4:00 – Kresta Comments

4:20 – A Rabbi Led Me To Rome
A priest and a rabbi walk into a hospital . . .It sounds like the opening of a joke, but that moment marks the beginning of Taylor Marshall’s journey toward the Catholic faith. He had recently had been ordained as an Episcopal priest, and the parish pastor had given him his first priestly assignment: to visit a woman who was about to undergo surgery at the local hospital. Little did he know that by the end of that day, he would meet a rabbi, and his entire life would begin to change. He is here to tell his story.

4:40 - Who is at the Center of Your Marriage…The Pill or Jesus Christ? Contraception’s Disintegrating Effect on Marital Harmony
Who is at the Center of Your Marriage…The Pill or Jesus Christ? That is the question that Patrick McCrystal asks in his latest book. Patrick is a former pharmacist and the President of Human Life International in Ireland. He is here to present the real life experiences of married couples, expert opinion, medical facts, statistics, historical citations, Church texts and relevant websites. He shows that to maximize your chances of marital fulfillment, you must absolutely avoid contraception.

5:00 – Sharia in Dearborn, MI?
Is it illegal to preach Christianity to Muslims in America now? Acts 17 Apologetics, a Christian evangelistic group, was banned from passing out fliers at this year’s Arab Festival in Dearborn, Mich., so they went to the festival and only talked to those who talked to them. They ended up getting arrested anyway. These Christians were arrested in a public place, doing nothing but talking to Muslims. Islamic law forbids Christians to preach to Muslims. Is Dearborn, MI under Sharia law? Dick Thompson is defending Acts 17 Apologetics and is here to discuss this case.

5:20 – Miracles: Healing for a Broken World
Ask, and it will be given you; seek, and you will find; knock, and the door will be opened to you (Mt 7:7). Most people think miracles only happen in movies or the Bible and their prayer lives reflect this belief as well. Fr. Stefan Starzynski reminds us, through his personal experience and real stories, that God is ever present, and that miracles are among the gifts offered to those who petition Him in faith. Fr. Starzynski is here to take us on a tour of miracles, big and small, and illustrates how to find them in your own life.

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