Monday, November 21, 2011

Today on Kresta in the Afternoon - November 21, 2011

Talking about the "things that matter most" on Nov. 21

4:00 - In Just Over 48 Hours, Benedict XVI Charts Course for Africa
Pope Benedict XVI completed his three-day visit to Benin with a firm prediction that Africa can give a great Christian witness to the rest of the world. “It is a continent for which I have a special regard and affection, for I am deeply convinced that it is a land of hope,” he said at his departure ceremony. The center of the visit was the signing of his Apostolic Exhortation “Africae Munus,” a teaching document which charts a future for the Catholic Church in Africa. The document contains the Pope’s conclusions following the Synod of African Bishops held in Rome in 2009. We talk to George Wirnkar, EWTN correspondent for this papal trip.

4:20 – Kresta Comments – The Feast of Christ the King: Is Christ King Over ALL Areas of Your Life?

5:00 - Mass Revision - How the Liturgy Is Changing and What It Means for You
The Mass Is Changing THIS WEEKEND --How? Why? And what does it mean for you? Catholics all across America will be asking these questions, seeking the answers from a trusted source. In a highly readable, information-packed volume, award-winning author Jimmy Akin describes the transformation and lays out the facts. Jimmy goes straight to the heart of the issue, quoting the Church's own documents so you can see for yourself what the Church has to say and not be deceived by falsehood and spin. He is here to shows us exactly which parts of the liturgy are changing, review the rites and new wording, and provide very practical information on who can and cannot receive Communion, liturgical furnishings and vestments, postures and actions during Mass, as well as the hot-button issue of liturgical abuses.

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