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Millennials are often depicted in the media as being sheltered, afraid of opinions they don't agree with, and part of a 'selfie' generation - but do these labels not allow us to 'see the person?' We're talking with Fr. Joe McShane, president of Fordham University, about his impressions of millennials on college campuses. 

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Dr. Katrine Camilleri and Denise Coghlan, R.S.M., the directors of Jesuit Refugee Services in Malta and Cambodia, respectively, talk about their ministry serving refugees in a world that has seen the most refugees since the time of World War II. 

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Shaun Casey talks about the new office of Religion and Global Affairs at the U.S. State department, which Secretary of State John Kerry wrote about in America in September.

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Fr. Charles Barnes, the Catholic chaplain at the VA Medical Center in Seattle, talks about his ministry to veterans. 

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Ellen K. Boegel, America's legal affairs editor, talks about some of the cases the Supreme Court is considering on the death penalty, and what a lower court ruling could mean for state voucher programs. 

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Ronald Rolhesier, O.M.I., talks about the Passion of Christ and why it is so important to try to understand what it means, even if our understanding is only partial.

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Rabbi Daniel Polish talks about the strides in Jewish-Catholic relatons since the publication of the landmark document 'Nostra Aetatae' on Oct. 28, 2015.

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John Sexton, president of New York University, talks about his Jesuit schooling and his years in higher education.

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James Martin, S.J., talks about the three characters at the center of his new novel of spiritual discovery, "The Abbey," and what it was like to try his hand at fiction for the first time. 

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David Gregory, former host of NBC's "Meet the Press," talks about his new book How's Your Faith? An Unlikely Spiritual Journey.

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