Being undocumented in Donald Trump's America

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So since we weren't canceled after one episode, we're happy to present Episode 2! We speak with Jorge Corona, a producer at Gizmodo Media Company, about a viral video he made about what it's like to be an undocumented immigrant in the United States. 

And in Signs of the Times, we shine some more light on the chaplain to Loyola University Chicago's basketball team: 97-year-old Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt. And Pope Francis settles the eternal question: Should you give money to homeless people who ask you?

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As fun as launching a new podcast and recording two episodes in one week was...going forward you can expect to find jesuitical in your feed once a week on Friday afternoon. 

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Links from the show:

Meet the 97-year-old nun who is chaplain to Loyola Chicago's basketball team

These 17th century monks did a beer fast for Lent.

Pope Francis says give to the homeless, don't worry about how they spend it, as Lent begins

Jorgé's improv group.

President Trump's speech to Congress annotated with statements from Catholic leaders

How can theology speak to the immigration debate?

Jorge's video for Fusion and accompanying article

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