Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Today on "Kresta in the Afternoon" - March 19, 2013

Talking about the "things that matter most" on Mar. 19
4:00 - Kresta Comments – The Media’s False Dichotomies In Church Reporting
4:20 – Pope Francis and the Jews
Pope Francis continues to surprise.  On March 15, the second full day of his papacy, he signaled his desire to move forward the dialogue between Jews and Catholics which had its start during the Second Vatican Council. In a message to Dr. Riccardo Di Segni, the Chief Rabbi of Rome, the Holy Father said, “Trusting in the protection of the Most High, I strongly hope to be able to contribute to the progress of the relations that have existed between Jews and Catholics since Vatican Council II in a spirit of renewed collaboration and in service of a world that may always be more in harmony with the Creator’s will.” We talk with Dr. Eugene Fisher, former associate director of the Secretariat for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs of the USCCB.
4:40 – Tom Monaghan and Domino’s Farms Office Complex Win Injunction Against HHS Mandate
Last week The Thomas More Law Center announced that Federal District Court Judge Lawrence P. Zatkoff granted a Motion for a Preliminary Injunction against enforcement of the HHS Mandate on behalf of Plaintiffs Tom Monaghan and his property management company, Domino’s Farm Corporation.  TMLC’s attorney Erin Mersino, commented, “The HHS Mandate forces our clients to provide abortion causing drugs to their employees when doing so is a direct violation of the teachings of the Catholic Church and our clients’ sincerely held religious beliefs.” Erin joins us.
4:50 –  UPDATE: No Abortions Ever Again at Abortion Mill in SE MI
Long-time pro-life warrior in SE MI, Lynn Mills recently told us about a grizzly abortion mill in Michigan that has been abandoned after the death of a patient two years ago was revealed. Now we have news that there will never be another abortion in that location ever again. How? Lynn is here to explain.
5:00 – Kresta Comments – The Media’s False Dichotomies In Church Reporting
5:20 – The Communion and Liberation Movement and Pope Francis
One group that is quite happy about the election of Pope Francis is the lay ecclesial movement Communion and Liberation. As a Cardinal, Bergoglio was associated with Communion and Liberation and he has sometimes spoken at its annual mass gathering in Rimini, Italy. We talk to Fr. Jose Marina about the Pope’s ties to CL and the mission of the organization.
5:40 – Pope Francis, Cor Unum and the Inseparable Relationship Between Faith and Charity
In his homily to open the papal conclave, Cardinal Angelo Sodano asked God to provide a pope who will proclaim the Gospel message of mercy. Cross Catholic Outreach is thrilled at the election of Pope Francis, who will carry on this noble. Sharing this call to mercy, Cross Catholic Outreach has a long-standing relationship with the Pontifical Council Cor Unum, the personal charitable outreach arm of the Holy Father. Cross Catholic President James Cavnar has met with Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI as part of their work with Cor Unum, and was among those invited to receive a private audience with the Holy Father to discuss the inseparable relationship between faith and charity. We talk to Jim about Pope Francis, Cor Unum and Cross Catholic Outreach.Show less

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