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Kresta in the Afternoon – October 7, 2013 – Hour 2

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Helping Disabled Catholics Access the Fullness of the Faith

  • Description: The National Catholic Partnership on Disability is an organization that works collaboratively and effectively with the USCCB, dioceses and archdioceses and Catholic ministries across the country. The mission is to help create access to faith for Catholics with disabilities. This work is broad and deep, and includes creating specialized resources for faith formation and sacramental preparation, outreach to Hispanic families, as well as a vibrant program to support families facing an unexpected prenatal diagnosis, among many others. NCPD estimates there are about 14 million Catholics with some kind of a disability that need more access to the faith. Executive Director Jan Benton joins us.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Jan Benton
      Executive Director, National Catholic Partnership on Disability
    • Resources:

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Helping Disabled Catholics Access the Fullness of the Faith (continued)

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Kresta Comments – Is the Pope Catholic? Two Columnists Say “No”


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