Talking about the "things that matter most" on September 11
4:00 – 9/11: What Was
Said About The “Clash of Civilations” In The Days After 9/11
In the days after the horror of Sept. 11, 2001
“Kresta in the Afternoon” has a number of guests on the air to analyze the
events, Islam, Bin Laden, and what was known as the “clash of civilizations.”
In this hour we talk about those very topics and hear clips of some of those
interviews with Scott Hahn, Jehan Sadat (wife of the assassinated President of
Egypt Anwar Sadat), Geoffrey Wawro (Professor of Military History), Norman
Geisler (Islam Scholar), Dr. George Braswell (Professor of World Religions), and the now deceased
Fr. Richard John Neuhaus.
5:00 – Kresta
Comments: President Obama’s Speech to the Nation on Syria and What Constitutes
Just War Theory.
5:40 – National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Babies
In September of 1988,
over 1,200 children, victims of legal abortion, were laid to rest at Holy Cross
Cemetery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. On September 14, twenty-five years after that
burial, their memory—and the memory of all the 55 million children killed by
abortion under Roe v. Wade—will be honored at more than 85 gravesites and
memorial sites nationwide on the National Day of Remembrance for Aborted
Children. You can find a memorial service near you at AbortionMemorials.com.
National Sponsors Monica Miller
and Eric Scheidler join us.