Friday, August 5, 2011

Today on Kresta - August 5, 2011

Talking about the "things that matter most" on Aug. 5

Live from the Catholic Marketing Network in Philadelphia

4:00 – The Christ Connection: How the World Religions Prepared the Way for the Phenomenon of Jesus
In The Christ Connection noted apologist Roy Varghese offers a comprehensive and compelling formulation of the monumental discovery that Jesus of Nazareth is God and man, Messiah and Savior. He explores the pre-Christian religions – from native peoples to Egyptians and ancient Judaism – pointing the way to the Messiah to come, Jesus as a phenomenon unique in human history, the foundations of the doctrine of the Trinity in human experience and much more. He joins us here at the Catholic Marketing Network

4:40 - Infinite Space, Infinite God II
Twelve science fiction stories featuring great adventure with a twist of faith. It’s Infinite Space, Infinite God II and spans the gamut of science fiction, from near-future dystopias to time travel to space opera, puzzles of logic to laugh-out-loud humor and against-the-clock suspense. A great read for any science fiction fan; a must-read for those seeking something new in their fiction. Author Karina Fabian is our guest.

5:00 - Fatherless / Motherless / Childless
Brian Gail has written a series of heart pounding, page turning novels for Catholics who are straining to hear their Church's voice in what Pope John Paul II called "the final confrontation between the Church and the anti Church, the Gospel and the anti Gospel." First was Fatherless, next was Motherless, and now there is the soon-to-be-released Childless. Brian joins us to discuss this series.

5:20 – The Catholic Foundation for the Arts
Renowned composer Patrick Cassidy has created the first setting of the Latin Mass by a composer in the Symphonic Classical style for well over a hundred years. The recording was done at Abbey Road Studios with the London Symphony Orchestra earlier this year. We talk with Fr. John Gallagher of the Catholic Foundation for the Arts.

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