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Ave Maria Radio clips about the Protestant Reformation

The following segments are from Ave Maria Radio about the Protestant Reformation, broadcast this year:

OCT 17-Hour 2 – “Meet the Heroes of the Reformation (2 segments)” (Phillip Campbell): https://avemariaradio.net/audio-archive/kresta-afternoon-october-17-2017-hour-2/.

OCT 3-Hour 2 – “Heroes of the Catholic Reformation: Saints Who Renewed the Church” (Joseph Pearce): https://avemariaradio.net/audio-archive/catholic-connection-october-3-2017-hour-2/.

SEP 21-Hour 1 – “How the Reformation Rebelled Against Luther (full hour)”:  https://avemariaradio.net/audio-archive/kresta-afternoon-september-21-2017-hour-1/.

SEP 21-Hour 2 – “Kresta News Roundup – The Reformation and Christian Unity”: https://avemariaradio.net/audio-archive/kresta-afternoon-september-21-2017-hour-2/.

SEP 13-Hour 2: “Luther, the Pope and the Reformations – Questions you never thought to ask (full hour)”: https://avemariaradio.net/audio-archive/kresta-afternoon-september-13-2017-hour-2/.

May 24-Hour 2 – “The Reformation: The Most Significant Event of the Millennium”: https://avemariaradio.net/audio-archive/kresta-in-the-afternoon-may-24-2017-hour-2/.

May 18-Hour 1 – “Why did the Reformation Happen?”: https://avemariaradio.net/audio-archive/kresta-afternoon-may-18-2017-hour-1/.

May 9-Hour 1 – “Tour the Sites where the Reformations Began (2 segments)”: https://avemariaradio.net/audio-archive/kresta-afternoon-may-9-2017-hour-1/.

APR 26-Hour 1 – “Kresta Comments: Was the Reformation a Success?” & “Catholics and Protestants – What Can We Learn From Each Other? (2 segments)”: https://avemariaradio.net/audio-archive/kresta-afternoon-april-26-2017-hour-1/.

When you get any Archived “Kresta in the Afternoon” program on your screen, when you click on a segment name (it begins with a plus-sign) the window expands, giving more information about the guest & the topic.  Also within that segment window which opened, you should find another sound bar.  That sound bar is that particular interview separated from the rest of the program, to make it easier to find the interview.

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