Episode 62: Father James Martin – Heaven and Mirth

Jason Micheli —  December 15, 2016 — 1 Comment

You probably know him from the Colbert Catechism and his many appearances on the Colbert Report.

Here in Episode 62, Teer and I talk with Father James Martin is a Jesuit who serves as the Editor of America Magazine, My Life with the Saints, and The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything. 

Not only did James give me an idea for my All Saints sermon and not only is he a friend of UVA’s own Father Fogarty (my old undergrad advisor), he shares a bit with us about his own prayer life.

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One response to Episode 62: Father James Martin – Heaven and Mirth

  1. I haven’t listened yet, but I love Jim! Have known him for a long time from my NYC tv days.

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