Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Today on Kresta - September 15, 2010

Talking about the "things that matter most" on Sept. 15

4:00 - Amish Grace
Amish Grace is the powerful and moving film based on a true story about the aftermath that followed the 2006 schoolhouse shooting in the Amish community of Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania. The movie examines a mother’s personal journey in which she copes with the tragic loss of her daughter during the shooting and subsequent questioning of her faith. Based on the book Amish Grace: How Forgiveness Transcended Tragedy the film is now available on DVD and we talk to Catholic producer Larry Thompson.

4:20 – Stephen Hawking and More Tired Atheism
Fr. Robert Barron of Word on Fire Ministries and the Catholicism Project is here for his bi-monthly segment. Today he addresses Stephen Hawking and more tired atheism.

4:40 - Gardens for the Greater Glory of God
Celtic Gardens is a highly-acclaimed garden design and build firm specializing in beautiful, imaginative, and original gardens designed to complement their settings and realize their owners’ dreams. What is unique about Celtic Gardens is that owners John and Moira Cullen do not shy away from their Catholic faith when designing his show gardens. They have won international awards for gardens designed in honor of Our Lady, a Catholic community in Ireland, and will be presenting a St. Francis Garden at the end of the month. The Cullens are here to explain their work.

5:00 - Republican Primaries Continue to Surprise
Tea Party favorites won two primary elections over more mainstream Republicans last night, demonstrating again the clout of the conservative political movement on the political right. Now the question is whether the candidates can also defeat Democratic rivals in November's congressional elections, when the stakes are higher and the full electorate is deciding. We get analysis from Catholic politico Tom Pauken.

5:20 - Direct to my Desk


  1. Al, that was great interview with Father Barron. I am dumbfounded at Hawking's statement, too. Stephen Hawking should watch, The Sound of Music. "Nothing comes from nothing. Nothing ever could."

  2. Dear Professor Hawking,

    You're gonna burn!

    Warm regards,