Monday, February 28, 2011

Today on Kresta - February 28, 2011

Talking about the "things that matter most" on Feb. 28

4:00 – The Living Stations of the Cross
Experience the Passion like never before. Walk with Jesus on the Way of the Cross. Witness the Last Supper. Share in His agony in the Garden. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of His trial and crucifixion in the original musical production The Living Stations of the Cross. Live and feel the most important mystery of our faith. Now, with the approval of Archbishop Vigneron, the production is coming to the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Detroit for the first performance of its kind at a Cathedral in the US. We talk with Kelly Nieto, producer and creator of the Living Stations.

4:20 – First Anglican Ordinariate Formally Established
Supremacy and Survival - How Catholics Endured the English Reformation
The Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, under the patronage of Blessed John Henry Newman, has set up by decree of the Vatican. It is the first Ordinariate formally established to welcome former Anglicans into full union with the Catholic Church. Stephanie Mann has been following these development closely and is here to tell the story of the Catholic Church's survival and restoration in England.

5:00 – A Conversation with the Bishop of Gaylord, MI
With the appointment of Msgr. Bernard Hebda to lead the diocese of Gaylord, MI one year ago, a record seven Pittsburghers now lead US dioceses, including Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington D.C., Archbishop David Zubik of Pittsburgh, Bishop Thomas Tobin of Providence, and Bishop Edward Burns of Juneau. Bishop Hebda joins us to look at his first year as a Bishop.

5:20 – The Mass: The Glory, the Mystery, the Tradition
The Mass: The Glory, the Mystery, the Tradition is an engaging and authoritative guide to Catholicism’s most distinctive practice. And now, with the Church introducing revised language for the Mass, Catholics have a perfect opportunity to renew their understanding of this beautiful and beloved celebration. Co-authors Cardinal Donald Wuerl and Mike Aquilina guide readers through the different parts of the Mass, from the entrance procession to the blessing and dismissal, capturing the deep meaning of elements that are at once ordinary and mysterious: bread and wine, water and candles, altar cloths and ceremonial books. They join us.

5:40 – Parents of Baby Joseph to appeal ruling that would take child off life support
The family of a terminally ill Ontario infant is preparing to launch a second appeal against a judge's ruling that they must consent to the removal of a breathing tube that is keeping their baby alive. A friend of the family of Joseph Maraachli has said no agreement has been reached between the family and the London Health Sciences Centre regarding the 13-month-old. Joseph suffers from a severe neurological disorder and is at the centre of a growing debate as his family and the hospital clash over where he will die. Bioethicist Fr. Tad Pacholczyk weighs in.

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