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July 2-9 Podcast

On this week's podcast, Tim Reidy talks to columnist Terry Golway about peace in Northern Ireland. Also, a reading of Fr. Dennis Linehan's "Of Many Things" column on two exemplary priests and their parishes.
Kerry Weber talks with Kathryn Getek Soltis, an assistant professor of Christian ethics and the director of the Center for Peace and Justice Education at Villanova University. Prof. Soltis wrote her dissertation on a virtue ethics approach to justice looking at the reform of the America prison. She has also served as Catholic Chaplain at Suffolk County House of Correction in Boston. Read Kerry Weber's article on Catholic ministry at San Quentin state prison in California.
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