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March 28 Podcast

Francis X. Hezel, S.J., talks about his ministry in Micronesia, and offers six lessons for young Christians.
Fr. Francis X. Hezel has spent over 40 years ministering in Micronesia, and now serves as guest editor at America. Here he discusses the Jesuit mission in Micronesia, and offers six lessons to young people that he has learned over a lifetime. His first insight: "Life grows simpler as you grow older." Read his article, "Good Counsel," in the March 28 issue.
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