A Catholic Look at 'Mad Men'

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Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan talks with James Martin, S.J., about Ignatian spirituality.
Is Megan a better fit for Don than Betty? Why did Joan do what she did? Why did Peggy leave Sterling Cooper? How does music inform the series? Does Pete have any morals at all? Are Roger and Don friends, enemies or frenemies? And the big question: Where is God in all this? James Martin, S.J., and Tim Reidy discuss Season 5 of AMC's "Mad Men."
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