Peace Vigil in Brighton and Rome; Pope Francis writing letters to the editor, on the phone, and driving in the Vatican; New encyclical on poverty coming?: Program #0576 for Thursday, September 12, 2013

September 12, 2013

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Peace Vigil in Brighton and Rome; Pope Francis writing letters to the editor, on the phone, and driving in the Vatican; New encyclical on poverty coming?

Peace Vigil in Brighton and Rome; Pope Francis writing letters to the editor, on the phone, and driving in the Vatican; New encyclical on poverty coming?

Today’s topics: Peace Vigil in Brighton and Rome; Pope Francis writing letters to the editor, on the phone, and driving in the Vatican; New encyclical on poverty coming?

Summary of today’s show: Our panel of Scot Landry, Susan Abbott, and Gregory Tracy consider the news headlines of the week, including the vigils for peace held at St. John’s Seminary and in Rome; Pope Francis’ remarkable style that includes a letter to the editor of a major newspaper, calling people on the phone, and driving a car around the Vatican; reports of an upcoming encyclical on poverty; the Diocesan Financial Managers Conference held in Boston; a new gymnasium for the Teen Center at St. Peter’s in Roxbury; the Knights of Columbus’ pro-life Silver Rose touring parishes; and followup on the Day of Evangelization at an Attleboro parish.

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Today’s host(s): Scot Landry and Susan Abbott

Today’s guest(s): Gregory Tracy, managing editor of the Pilot, the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Boston

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