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James Martin, S.J.April 10, 2008
There are few people who are more excited about the pope’s visit than Stephen Colbert, who actually has tickets to the Mass at Yankee Stadium, as he explains in this clip. Mr. Colbert, as many of our viewers/readers know, is in fact Catholic. James Martin, SJ
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16 years 3 months ago
Has Colbert no shame? It is obvious to me that he is simply playing up to the Pope in order to be able to throw out the ceremonial "first eucharist" at Yankee Stadium!

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