It's all Good... Friday. Jesuitical Ep. 8

Pope Francis lies prostrate at the beginning of the Good Friday liturgy in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 3. (CNS photo/Stefano Spaziani, pool) Pope Francis lies prostrate at the beginning of the Good Friday liturgy in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 3. (CNS photo/Stefano Spaziani, pool) 
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Why is the Easter Vigil so long? And why should you definitely go anyway? We sat down with James Martin, S.J., (again) to talk about all things Holy Week. 

This week in Signs of the Times we explain where we got the phrase “Signs of the Times” (we didn't make it up we promise), and discuss Sean Spicer (yes, he's Catholic) and the priest who is not a fan of Francis. All that and more for the holiest week of the year and on perhaps the holiest episode of jesuitical.

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Links from the show

‘I Screwed Up’: Sean Spicer Apologizes for Holocaust Comments

Vatican stamps mark Pope Benedict's birthday, Fatima apparitions

Faithful storm out of Mass in Italy after priest criticizes Pope Francis

Pope Francis opens a laundromat

Egypt's attacks won't stop pope's visit for peace, says Vatican official 

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