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Chief correspondent Kevin Clarke, author of Love Must Win Out, a new biography of Oscar Romero from Liturgical Press, talks about the news that Archbishop Romero has been officially named a martyr by a Vatican commission. 

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What were the top ten news stories in the church and the world in 2014? Kevin Clarke joins Father Matt Malone and Tim Reidy for a discussion of the busy year in Catholic news. 

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Father Matt Malone and Kerry Weber talk about some of their favorite (and not so favorite) Christmas films with film critic John Anderson.

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Jason Storbakken, along with his wife Vonetta, is co-founder of Radical Living, a Christian community located in the Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. He is a minister in the Mennonite Church USA and chapel director at the Bowery Mission in New York City. He’s also the author of the book called Radical Spirituality: Repentance, Resistance, Revolution. Jason also is the curator of Through my Lens, an exhibit of photographs by people experiencing homelessness in New York.

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Jon M. Sweeney talks about a new exhibit of artifacts from the life of Saint Francis on display in Brooklyn. He also discusses his new book When Saint Francis Saved the Church and the spiritual genius of St. Francis. 

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Before the Dec. 16 release of the Vatican's final report on the “apostolic visitation,” an inquiry into the lives and ministries of American nuns, Judith Valente, America's Chicago correspondent, spoke with Sister Mary Ann Zollmann and Sister Jean Wincek, co-authors of Power of Sisterhood, a collection of essays that record the experience of women religious during the visitation, and Mary Cain McCarthy, a professor at Canisius College in New York, who surveyed 143 superiors whose communities received visits from the Vatican.

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In Vienna, 'Command and Control' Author Eric Schlosser Discusses a revived civil society movement to ban the bomb.

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Austen Ivereigh discusses his new book The Great Reformer: Francis and the Making of a Radical Pope, providing details on the pope's time as a young Jesuit provincial, his later conflicts with his superiors and the reforms of the Argentine church he instituted as archbishop.

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Elisabetta Piqué talks about her book Pope Francis: Life and Revolution, a biography drawing on her years of experience covering the pope for La Nación, Argentina’s main newspaper. Piqué speaks about her personal relationship with the pope, whom she first met in 2001 and has baptized her two children. Born in Florence, Italy, she was educated and grew up in Argentina. She has reported on wars and conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kosovo, the Middle East. Since Pope Francis’ election she has focused on his papacy. Piqué is married to America’s Vatican correspondent Gerard O’Connell.

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The Rev. Rhonda Mawhood Lee talks about her article in America, "The Loneliest Choice: Puzzling through Suicide's Sorrowful Mystery," on "America This Week" on SiriusXM The Catholic Channel 129.

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