Editors' Roundtable

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October 24 Podcast

The editors discuss the the secular canonization of Steve Jobs and the religious spirit behind the Occupy Wall Street protests.
The editors discuss the coming Mass translations and whether or not Catholic are allowed to criticize them; the outpouring of grief following Steve Jobs' death and what it says about the spiritual needs of our society; and the surprising religious language used to describe the Occupy Wall Street protests. Read Fr. Jim Martin's blog post on the death of Steve Jobs.

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