Editors' Roundtable Podcasts

To keep the Web site lively over the summer months, we will be featuring biweekly podcast discussions with the editors. We'll be talking about a range of items, just like we do here at "In All Things." This week Tim Reidy, Fr. Jim Martin and Regina Nigro talk about the weighty themes addressed in the film "The Tree of Life"; "The Astral," a new novel by Kate Christensen set in Brooklyn; and a New York Times story and video about a miraculous pair of conjoined twins.

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