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Teresa Tomeo on The Journey Home

May 10, 2011

Dr. Ray Guarendi on EWTN Live

March 10, 2011

Blessed Advent and Merry Christmas


December 20, 2010

By Al Kresta

As 2010 draws to its close, I want to thank you and let you to know just how effective your prayers and financial support have been for Ave Maria Radio. This has been a challenging year of careful stewardship and continuous improvement. More and more people are being reached with the Gospel of Christ and the teaching of His Church. Here are a few highlights…

We currently produce over 20 different program titles at our studios in Ann Arbor-nearly 50 hours of original Catholic radio each week-offered at no charge to all Catholic radio Continue Reading

Teresa Tomeo on EWTN Live

December 3, 2010

Join Teresa Tomeo, Janet Moranna, Astrid Bennet Gutierrez and Fr. Mitch Pacwa as they discuss various issues of concern to women in the Catholic Church.

Do You Know the Mind of Christ on Immigration?


Kresta Commentary

May 14, 2010

By Al Kresta

Christians are disciples of Christ. The word “disciple” means literally, “learner” i.e., a follower, pupil, or adherent of a teacher or religious leader. Claiming to be a disciple when you think you’ve got nothing more to learn is just plain dumb and shows you’ve got a lot to learn. Scripture teaches that when a disciple is fully trained he will be like his Teacher. Catholic disciples, i.e., learners, are followers of Christ who teaches them through His Body, the Church. So what has Christ taught on immigration? Do you know the mind of Christ on immigration?

I think the first response might be “Can I even know the mind of Christ on Continue Reading

The Catholic Church and Sexual Abuse


Kresta Commentary

April 20, 2010

By Al Kresta

Part One: Why 64% of Americans Believe Catholic Priests are Perverts.

A new round of reporting on Catholic clergy sexual abuse in Europe has generated a new climate of revulsion toward the Catholic Church. In spite of, I suppose some would say, because of, all the media attention, however, the public has a grossly distorted picture of clergy sexual misconduct. No one denies that great evil has been done by the likes of John Geoghan, Paul Shanley, John Birmingham, and Marciel Maciel Dellgado and a thousand others. Not to mention the shocking neglect of authorities like now Bishop John B. McCormack Continue Reading

Fr Riccardo Appeals to the Truth (Video)

April 19, 2010

Fr. John Riccardo recorded this message during our 2010 Spring Membership Drive to encourage your support of Ave Maria Radio.

Is Your Political Hangover Keeping You From or Driving You to Christ?


Kresta Commentary

March 25, 2010

By AL Kresta

A Big Political Moment in History

After being introduced, President Obama steps towards VP emcee Joe Biden who, not realizing that the microphone was still hot, whispers to President Obama, “This is a big F***g deal!.

It is. Mark Steyn, writing before the health care vote, lets us know just how big and what’s at stake in the age of Obamacare.

“Sometimes you do live to see it. In my book America Alone, I point out Continue Reading

Michael Jackson: In Whose Image?


Kresta Commentary

July 3, 2009

By Al Kresta

Somewhere in his unusual and brief life, Michael Jackson, a man made in the image and likeness of God, determined he would become a commodity: The Man Who Wasn’t There according to the New Republic’s John McWhorter. John’s column wasn’t harsh. It was, rather, an exercise in respectful perplexity. McWhorter was simply recognizing the product Jackson’s parents intended him to be rather than the person God created Michael to be.

Lest any doubt remain about Michael’s status as a commercial property, let his father lay claim. When a CNN reporter asked his father, Joe, shortly after Michael’s death, “How Continue Reading

Leading Abortionist Murdered


Kresta Commentary

May 31, 2009

By Al Kresta

Years ago, I debated the defrocked and excommunicated Presbyterian pastor Paul Hill (1954-2003) over the question of whether or not killing abortionists was justifiable homicide. In short, I argued “Absolutely not.” He argued that he was obligated to protect the unborn by killing their murderers and thus preventing further abortions.

Paul Hill wasn’t insane or even “mean.” Rather he was in the grip of an abbreviated logic. He reasoned that since abortionists kill children then by killing abortionists Continue Reading

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