Kresta in the Afternoon – December 21, 2018 – Hour 2

  • Description: 2018 Countdown Day 5

+  2018 Countdown #21: Will there ever be real fraternal correction? (2 segments)

  • Description: It’s our duty as Christians to call each other out for our moral failings. It’s a way we show our love for another – we want others to be aware of their shortcomings and make amends with God, and of course hope they will do the same for us. Why don’t we see this with the bishops? Why is there this blind adherence to unity, to the point where Truth is compromised? We talk with Fr. Raymond de Souza.
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    • Fr. Raymond de Souza
      Fr Raymond de Souza serves as chaplain of Newman House, the Catholic chaplaincy at Queens University. He is editor in chief of Convivium. Visit
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+  2018 Countdown #20: What to do when a priest "comes out"

  • Description: Back in January, a priest in Wisconsin used the Sunday Mass as an opportunity to reveal to his congregation that he is gay. According to reports, his announcement was met with thunderous applause and he has been well-received by local media. What is the role of a priest, and how should they present themselves to their congregation and the world? Al takes a look.

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