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A Hermeneutic of Envy (Dr. Anne Hendershott) 8/9/22

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Release Date: 08/09/2022

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We welcome back Dr. Anne Hendershott of Franciscan University of Steubenville to discuss the role the sin of Envy is playing within the Church from her article in Crisis Magazine. What happens when policies are driven by Envy, and what can be done to counter it? Father finishes with Timely Thoughts.