Is Pope Francis subtweeting Donald Trump? Ep. 5

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Four years ago this month, the Argentine cardinal (and Jesuit) Jorge Bergoglio became Pope Francis. Michael O'Loughlin, America's national correspondent and author of The Tweetable Pope: A Spiritual Revolution in 140 Characters, has been covering this historic papacy ever since. This week on jesuitical, we ask Mike who has a better Twitter game: Pope Francis or President Trump?

And in Signs of the Times, we discuss the wrong ways to use the rosary, the right ways to use technology and a meeting of prominent Catholics at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.

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Links from the show

Pope Francis: Top 10 Most Important Moments

A janitors collection of things confiscated from migrants in the desert

What I saw at a conservative Catholic gathering in DC's Trump Tower

Author Esther Emery on her year without internet and how she reconnected with God

Quiz: Do you have faith in your knowledge of Christianity?

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