A woman's place is in the...Vatican? Ep: 3

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One year ago, on International Women's Day, Nicole Perone had the opportunity to speak at the Vatican before hundreds of activists and Catholic leaders about the importance of giving young Catholics and women real leadership in the church. This year, she had the opportunity to tell jesuitical all about it.... Upgrade? 

And in Signs of the Times, we discuss the Catholic high school that made millions off of Snapchat, Pope Francis says, "Get off Snapchat!" and we return to the age old question: Should you give a beggar money, even if “he just spends it on a glass of wine”?

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Ashley and Zac are joined by Eloise Blondiau this week while Olga is on vacation.

The results of last week's Twitter poll are in, and Ashley's laugh is here to stay by popular demand:

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Links from the show:

Here's what the Vatican is doing for International Women's Day

California Catholic high school makes millions from Snapchat investment

Pope urges faithful to consult Bible as often as cellphones

The Vatican is going to be participating in SXSW

Exorcists Warn About Dangers of Wiccan ‘Spell to Bind Donald Trump’

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