Kresta in the Afternoon – August 3, 2020 – Hour 1

  • Description: Our guest hosts today are Bruce and Kris McGregor.

+  St. John Vianney’s Pursuit of Holiness

  • Description: Tomorrow is the Feast of St John Vianney. Known as the “Curé d'Ars” he is known for his ardent devotion to the Blessed Mother and to the priestly vocation. Dr. Anthony Lilles joins us with more.
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    • Dr. Anthony Lilles
      Dr Anthony Lilles is Chief Academic Officer at the Avila Institute. He also serves as Associate Professor, Admissions Director and Academic Advisor to the Academic Dean of St. John’s Seminary; and has been appointed as the Academic Dean of St. Patrick’s Seminary and University in Menlo Park. His expertise is in the spiritual doctrine of St. Elizabeth of the Trinity and the Carmelite Doctors of the Church: St. Teresa of Avila, St. John of the Cross, and St. Thérèse of Lisieux. He’s the author of 30 days with Teresa of Avila and other books. Follow his blog at
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+  Pro-lifers arrested trying to chalk ‘Black Preborn Lives Matter’ at DC Planned Parenthood

  • Description: Two activists with Students for Life of America were arrested Saturday morning while peacefully attempting to chalk “BLACK PREBORN LIVES MATTER” outside of the Planned Parenthood megacenter in the nation’s capital. We’ll talk with Warner DePriest, one of those arrested, and Michael New.
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  • +  Churches burned, people beheaded in Mozambique’s escalating extremist violence

    • Description: A Catholic bishop has deplored the world’s indifference to escalating extremist violence in northern Mozambique, where multiple churches have been burnt, people beheaded, young girls kidnapped, and hundreds of thousands of people displaced by the violence. Edward Clancy joins us with the details on this and the execution of several Christian aid workers in Nigeria.
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      • Edward Clancy
        Edward Clancy is Director of Outreach for Aid to the Church in Need. Visit
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