Don't Miss Fr. Christiansen

Our editor in chief, Fr. Drew Christiansen, SJ was especially busy the last few days--speaking about the Pope Benedict XVI's new encyclical "Charity in Truth" (something he is uniquely positioned to do as a social ethicist) as well as on the pope's recent meeting with President Obama (something else he's uniquely positioned to do as a longtime adviser to the bishops' conference.)  First here he is on the Brooklyn Archdiocesan show Currents:

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And then here on Worldfocus.org  

Both will show you why he's valued far beyond the confines of America House!

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