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Robert Ellsberg, an editor at Orbis Books, author of All Saints and the recent article in America, "Called to Be Saints," talks about two candidates for sainthood, Blessed Oscar Romero and Servant of God Dorothy Day, and why are important for today's church.

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Kerry Alys Robinson of the National Leadership Roundtable on Church Managment talks about her book Imagining Abundance: Fundraising, Philanthropy, and a Spiritual Call to Service.

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James Martin, S.J., talks to Tim Reidy about the final episode of "Mad Men" and why it may be the greatest television show ever. You can also listen to Father Jim and Tim talk about thefirst few seasonsseason 5season 6 and season 7 (part 1).

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Mark Gray of the Center for Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University talks about the profile of the average American Catholic. 

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Nathan Schneider, a columnist for America and a contributor to the Nation, The New Republic and Vice Magazine, talks about the Catholic cooperative tradition and why it remains relevant today.

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Poetry editor Brother Joe Hoover, S.J., talks about what he looks for in a good poem on “America This Week.” 

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An interview with Ricardo Avila, S.J., a lawyer and consumer advocate. He specializes in providing legal representation for low-income consumers involved in consumer debt issues.

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Holly Taylor Coolman talks about her article inAmerica"Tied Together By Love: Adoption and the Christian Life." 

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Leo J. O'Donovan, S.J., art critic and theologian, talks about the traditions of Holy Week and Easter on "America This Week."

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Jeanne Bishop talks about her book Change of Heart: Justice, Mercy and Making Peace with my Sister's Killer.

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