Today on "Kresta in the Afternoon" – July 23, 2013
Talking about the “things that matter most” on July 23
4:00 – Kresta Comments: A Catholic White Man’s View of Our “National Discussion on Race” in America
4:40 – National NFP Awareness Week
“Pro-Woman, Pro-Man, Pro-Child, Natural Family Planning” is the theme of this year’s Natural Family Planning Awareness Week, a national educational campaign of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops to celebrate God’s design for married love and the gift of life and to raise awareness of Natural Family Planning methods. “NFP,” as the U.S. bishops have written, is supportive of Catholic beliefs about married love because it “respects the God-given power to love a new human life into being.” We talk to Dr. Christopher Stroud, a Creighton Model NFP physician.
5:00 – Kresta Comments: A Catholic White Man’s View of Our “National Discussion on Race” in America
5:40 – Spiritual Disciplines segment in which we explore the practices that draw us closer to God: Avoiding False Teaching on Prayer
Many people enjoy reading more modern writers about prayer and the spiritual life but are often worried about false teachings that could lead one away from the heart of the Church. How can we know when an author is not orthodox or teaches something that could lead to deception instead of to God? Dan Burkeis here to provide a summary of the most common problems with modern teachings on prayer so that you can effectively navigate past the empty teachings of the world and toward the truth of God.