A Model School

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September 10-17, 2012 Podcast

John J. Podsiadlo, S.J., talks about the 40 year history of the Nativity Mission Center.
John J. Podsiadlo, S.J., talks about the 40 year history of the Nativity Mission Center in New York City, which closed this spring. Nativity was the inspiration for dozens of schools across the country aimed at educating students from poor backgrounds.
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