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A person in the Brooklyn borough of New York City attends a birthday vigil for George Floyd Oct. 14, 2020. Floyd was pinned down May 25 and died at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer. (CNS photo/Brendan McDermid, Reuters)

This week, Ashley and Zac are joined by Gloria Purvis, the host of America Media’s latest podcast “The Gloria Purvis Podcast.” They discuss conversations about racism in Catholic spaces, the consistent life ethic, her hopes for the podcast, and more. During Signs of the Times, they examine the discovery of 215 bodies buried on the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School run by the Catholic Church and unpack why Cardinal Marx of Germany asked Pope Francis to accept his resignation (since the time of recording, Pope Francis has declined Cardinal Marx’s request).

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