Monday, February 11, 2013

Pope Resigns: Syndicated Catholic Talk Show Host Available‏


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Nick Thomm
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Catholic Talk Show Host Available for Expert Commentary on Pope Benedict Resignation Announcement
ANN ARBOR, MI, MON., FEB. 11, 2012 - Catholic journalist and author, Al Kresta, whose daily talk show, "Kresta in the Afternoon," is heard on some 200 radio stations, is available for interviews on the announcement that Pope Benedict XVI will resign from office.
A seasoned broadcaster, former Protestant minister, and high-profile convert to Catholicism, Al Kresta is a savvy and eloquent media personality with a strong on-air presence and an encyclopedic knowledge of Catholic doctrine and Church teaching. He can offer reasoned and insightful commentary on the implications of this historic move for the future of the Church and its involvements with critical issues around the world. He will do on-site studio interviews or speak by phone. Studio-to-studio audio links can also be arranged.
"Kresta in the Afternoon," the foremost Catholic-focused radio talk show, is heard five days a week on the EWTN Global Catholic Radio network and Sirius Satellite Radio. Kresta is the author of several books, the latest of which, "Dangerous to the Faith - Catholicism's 21st-Century Opponents," will be released this spring by Our Sunday Visitor Books.
For more information about availability, or to arrange an interview, contact Nick Thomm, producer: 734-930-3164 or 734-277-0693 -



  1. I know that this is not what was intended, but as an amusing aside: I think the title of this post reads as if Al is tossing his hat into the ring for the upcoming conclave :-).

  2. Andrew - :).

    Al, I pray someone takes you up on the offer. When I saw the headline on Drudge this morning (and, interestingly Drudge had it before New Advent) I thought of Kresta in the Afternoon. I look forward to hearing your thoughts on this development which, frankly, I didn't see coming. I would also be interested in your take on the following article on FOX News:

    It seems the media can't drop the usual narrative about our Holy Father.