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Kresta in the Afternoon – April 8, 2021 – Hour 2

We look at the voting law in Georgia and Leo DeLorenzo reflects on the Litany to St Joseph


Georgia Election-Law Backlash Exposes Outrageous Double Standard

This weekend’s Masters’ golf tournament will be played as scheduled in Georgia, despite calls for the event to be moved to another state as the MLB All Star game was. It’s part of a reaction to a new voting law in Georgia that has been accused of restricting the votes of minorities. Ilya Shapiro tells us more.

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Ilya Shapiro is the author of Supreme Disorder: Judicial Nominations and the Politics of America’s Highest Court. He directs the Robert Levy Center for Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute and publishes the Cato Supreme Court Review. He has previously served as a special assistant/​adviser to the Multi‐​National Force in Iraq on rule‐​of‐​law issues and practiced at Patton Boggs and Cleary Gottlieb. Visit Cato.org and follow him on Twitter @ishapiro.

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St. Joseph’s Model of Faith

The Litany of Saint Joseph is a powerful prayer that leads us to consider the many ways in which Joseph carried out the will of God. After all, he alone was called to be the father to the Son of God and his example shows all of us how to respond to our vocation as a disciple of the Lord. As we continue this Year of St Joseph we talk with Leonard DeLorezno

Leonard J. DeLorenzo teaches theology at the University of Notre Dame, where he directs Undergraduate Studies for the McGrath Institute for Church Life. He’s the author of several books, most recently Model of Faith: Reflecting on the Litany of Saint Joseph as well as  “What Matters Most: Empowering Young Catholics for Life’s Big Decisions,” “Witness: Learning to Tell the Stories of Grace that Illumine Our Lives,” and “Work of Love.”

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