'The Jesuit Post' Month in Review

My friends over at The Jesuit Post invited me to film their "Month in Review" video, which was lots of fun. (I had a hard time not laughing with Eric Sundrup, SJ, and Sam Sawyer, SJ, the young Jesuit editors from TJP who were filming it here at America House.)  I hope this short promo encourages you to check out their great new site, which is filled with terrific articles, essays and posts. (Plus a rare air-guitar outtake at the end.)

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