Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Today on "Kresta in the Afternoon" - January 4, 2012

Talking about the "things that matter most" on Jan. 4

4:00 - Iowa Caucuses Begin Nomination Process With Fireworks
In one of the closest and most dramatic Caucus votes in US history, Catholic unapologetically-pro-life former Senator Rick Santorum shocked the political establishment - and captured the Nations attention - in a stunning come from behind near victory in the Iowa Caucus of 2012. He lost to Mitt Romney by only 8 votes - but he clearly and decisively won the contest and the admiration of a Nation. We talk about the caucuses, the future of the race and the remaining candidates this hour with Kathryn Jean Lopez, Deacon Keith Fournier, Deal Hudson and Matt Smith.

4:40 – Two Major Pro-Life Conferences Hitting SE MI This Month
SE Michigan will be treated this month to two extraordinary conferences focusing on the dignity of life. Christ the King parish in Ann Arbor, MI will be hosting a conference entitled “Faith and Conscience Matter--Putting Them Together in 2012.” Also, the Archdiocese of Detroit will be hosting it’s “Life is a Gift” Conference at Sacred Heart Seminary. We talk with David Grobbel of the Archdiocese of Detroit and Monica Miller of Citizens for a Pro-Life Society.

5:00 – Iowa Caucuses Begin Nomination Process With Fireworks
In one of the closest and most dramatic Caucus votes in US history, Catholic unapologetically-pro-life former Senator Rick Santorum shocked the political establishment - and captured the Nations attention - in a stunning come from behind near victory in the Iowa Caucus of 2012. He lost to Mitt Romney by only 8 votes - but he clearly and decisively won the contest and the admiration of a Nation. We talk about the caucuses, the future of the race and the remaining candidates this hour with Paul Kengor and Gary Bauer.

5:40 – Kresta Comments: Good News for the Church in 2012

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