Kresta in the Afternoon – July 30, 2020 – Hour 2

+  The Law of Gradualness vs the Gradualness of Law

  • Description: During our discussion with Eduardo Echeverria last week, we touched on the idea of the Law of Gradualness. It's a term many may be unfamiliar with and involves some very specific terms. We'll break it down further with Dr. Echeverria.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Dr. Eduardo Echeverria
      Eduardo Echeverria is author of Pope Francis: The Legacy of Vatican II. He's a professor of Philosophy and Systematic Theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary.
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    • Clerical Sexual Misconduct: An Interdisciplinary Analysis

      In 2018, as accounts of clerical sexual misconduct in Chile, Honduras, and the United States roiled the Catholic Church, an international meeting of experts in journalism, law, pastoral care, philosophy, psychology, sociology, and theology, was convened to study the incidence of clerical sexual abuse of males. Under the skilled editorship of Jane F. Adolphe and Ronald J. Rychlak, Clerical Sexual Misconduct: An Interdisciplinary Analysis is the result of that meeting and the incisive, insightful studies which it generated. (learn more)

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