Face to Faith

Here's a great new series from Vatican Radio, "Face to Faith," in which viewers and listeners can get to know prominent Church leaders through one-on-one conversations about their personal journeys in faith, and how the faith informs their thought, action and general way of seeing the world.  The first "Face to Faith" series features Louis Cardinal Tagle of Manila (a recent papabile) and is in five parts, each of four to five minutes' length. The first installment is already released, and can be found below.  New installments will appear every three days, Saturdays and Sundays.  

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