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Kresta in the Afternoon – July 21, 2021 – Hour 1

Al has more thoughts on Msgr Jeffrey Burrill and the limits of a priest’s privacy, and Carrie Gress discusses living the Marian option.

Kresta Comments: The Limits of a Priest’s Right to Privacy

Critics claim the investigation that led to Msgr. Burrill’s resignation violated his “right to privacy.” But is it wrong to disclose true and damaging information about someone to others who have legitimate reasons to know? Al discusses.

Links for this segment

The Limits of a Priest’s Right to Privacy

Pillar Investigates: USCCB gen sec Burrill resigns after sexual misconduct allegations

Living the Marian Option

As the world descends into chaos, Christians are thinking deeply about how to stem the tide. Many options and suggestions have been presented to deal with Christian persecution and cultural decadence, but none can hold a candle to The Marian Option. Carrie Gress joins us to explain what this is and how it works.

Carrie Gress has a doctorate in philosophy from the Catholic University of America and the author of several books including the Theology of Home, the Theology of Home II, and The Anti-Mary Exposed. She is the editor at the Catholic Women’s online magazine Theology of Home. Visit and
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