NPR's Weekend Edition: Jesuit Spirituality in 6 Mins.

On NPR's Weekend Edition with Scott Simon, talking about the Society of Jesus, finding God in all things, prayer, poverty, chastity and suffering--all in just 6 minutes and 17 seconds. 

James Martin, SJ

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Craig McKee
8 years 7 months ago
How good to be able to put a voice to the face and pen I was just reading about yesterday morning in USA Today:
http://www.usatoday.com/news/religion/2010-03-04-popculturepriest04_ST_N.htm
Kevin Jam
8 years 7 months ago
Great job on NPR! I can't wait for the book.
SUSAN OLENSKI JLP MEd
8 years 7 months ago
Listened with keen attention. I thought your comment on the suffering of children was wonderfully respectful of the inadequacy of our human understanding. Thank you.

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