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Dec 4, 2020

In this episode, I speak with the Carrie Gress about her book "Theology of Home". We discuss themes of the value of homemaking, the hearth, family, motherhood, and some of her critiques of dominant feminism. Carrie is a philosopher, an entrepreneur, a prolific writer, and the mother of five children that she homeschools. She is the online editor of the woman's magazine "Theology of Home". She has appeared on Fox, BBC, and EWTN. She has lived and worked professionally in Washington, DC and Rome, Italy, and her work has been translated into nine languages. Carrie is the author of a number of books, has a PhD in philosophy from the Catholic university of America, and wrote her doctoral dissertation on human rights in the thought of Jacques Martain and Alistair MacIntyre. In addition to her writing and intellectual work, Carrie and her husband started an online store featuring lifestyle products for the home.

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