MSW on NPR

I will be a guest on the NPR show "Tell Me More" with Michel Martin today to discuss Catholics and the health care debate. Check your local listings or go to the website, www.npr.org, and click on programs, then click on "Tell Me More" for an audio-recording.

Michael Sean Winters

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James Lindsay
7 years 7 months ago
Have you already taped or are you doing it live? If the latter, please see my comments on recriminations before you go on the air.
hai na
7 years 1 month ago
I hope you have a nice day! Very good article, well written and very thought out. I am looking forward to reading more of your posts in the future.winni2078 08 24

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