Shocking Footage of America's Offices!

Well, not really.  But you get to see some behind-the-scenes stuff at our mag with Frs. Christiansen and Collins in this brief interview with me and Brooklyn's Catholic Channel a few days ago

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ANN ODONOGHUE
8 years 9 months ago
Jim, what a lovely piece.  Congratulations on professing your final vows.
 
CATHERINE GREEN MRS
8 years 9 months ago
It was very great it just "happened" to be Nov. 1 for the final vows.  Congratulations - and thank you.

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