Thursday, August 11, 2011

Today on Kresta - August 11, 2011

Talking about the "things that matter most" on Aug. 11

Live From Des Moines, IA and the IA State Fair

4:00 - Kresta Comments

4:20 – Catholic Biblical School
The Catholic Biblical School offers adults a four-year course of study of Sacred Scripture in accord with the teachings of the Church and with reference to its application to contemporary life. Every book of the Bible is covered. The goal of the Catholic Biblical School is to make God's word alive and active in the Church. Started in the Archdiocese of Denver, it is now in the Archdiocese of Detroit. Peter Williamson is here to discuss it.

4:40 – The GOP Iowa Debate, the Upcoming Iowa straw poll, and Why Des Moines and the Iowa State Fair are so important in Being Elected President
As we broadcast from Des Moines and the Iowa State Fair this week there is one thing on the mind of most Iowans. The GOP primary. Catholic political guru Kathryn Jean Lopez is here to discuss the debate tonight, the upcoming Iowa straw poll, and how she sees the race at this point.

5:00 – Finding Freedom From Substance Abuse
While in Des Moines this week, Al had the chance to visit the treatment facilities of the St. Gregory Center for Drug and Alcohol Treatment. Their Life Process Model© is a nationally accredited, 8-week residential drug treatment program that offers an alternative to 12-step drug rehab and alcoholism treatment programs. Unlike traditional alcohol and drug addiction recovery programs, you now have a choice for permanent recovery from drug or and alcohol abuse without a lifetime of AA/NA meetings and relapse! Co-Founder and CEO Mike Vasquez is here to tell us about it.

5:40 – Cross Catholic International And Support of Their Work For The Future
Ave Maria Radio has been partnering with Cross International Catholic Outreach over the last couple years in assisting with the devastation in Haiti following the earthquake which decimated much of the country. Jim Cavnar and Bill Fenton at Cross Catholic join us to look at how you can help the least among us in the long-term.

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