Matt Malone, SJ, on priestly vocations

Here’s Associate Editor Matt Malone, SJ, on NPR today, along with a seminarian from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, in Philadelphia, Pa., on "All Things Considered," considering the shortage of priestly vocations, and why a person would choose to enter a seminary or religious life. (Besides, being astute, articulate and a talented writer, you’ll discover that Matt has by far the best speaking voice of any of the editors here--at least the male editors.) It’s part of NPR’s coverage of the papal visit, and the rare piece that asks intelligent questions, and also allows seminarians to speak for themselves. Malone on NPR James Martin, SJ
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