Father Jim Martin in USA Today

 

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Father Jim Martin--culture editor, blogger for In All Things, author of My Life with the Saints, and regular guest on our podcast--is profiled today in USA Today. Father Jim's new book, A Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything, come out next week, and he sits down to talk with Cathy Lynn Grossman about his ministry in mass media. In addition to his work at America, Father Jim is also a frequent guest commentator on NPR, and appears on shows as diverse as "The Colbert Report" and "The O'Reilly Factor."

"Everyone needs a medium," Father Jim says. "Mine is popular culture."

Read the full profile here.

Tim Reidy

 

 

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