LIVE STREAM | Where is the Church Going?

Join Editor in Chief Matt Malone, S.J., and Editor at Large James Martin, S.J., of America, as they discuss one of the great questions of our time: Where is the church going? Frs. Malone and Martin will offer their insights and reflections on the papacy of Pope Francis and the Year of Mercy. The discussion will be moderated by Kerry Weber, Managing Editor of America. 
 
Live streamed from St. Ignatius Church, New York City.
7pm ET, Thursday, January 14, 2016

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joseph o'leary
1 year 9 months ago
Well worth watching. Thank you.

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