MSW on the Papal Visit

Michael Sean Winters, a dedicated blogger for In All Things, will--like many of America’s contributors--be doing the media rounds for the papal visit. In addition to Michael’s piece for Slate, which Fr. Jim Martin blogged about earlier this week, he took questions from readers on the Washington Post’s Web site this afternoon. You can read his responses here. Michael will also be appearing on NPR’s "To the Point" tomorrow. Check here for your local broadcast times. Tim Reidy
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