Sr. Simone Campbell on 'Colbert'

Sr. Simone Campbell, of the Sisters of Social Justice, and executive director of Network, a Catholic social justice group, mixes it up with the self-described "most famous Catholic in America," talking about women religious, the Gospel, her "Nuns on teh Bus" initiative to focus attention on the poor, and, "the cheap applause line" of Jesus. 

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