Colbert Report talks Pope Francis, economic injustice with chaplain Jim Martin

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Father Jim Martin at University of San Francisco in 2012 - Photo courtesy Shawn Calhoun via Flickr (http://bit.ly/1ghvwAo)

Father Jim Martin at University of San Francisco in 2012 - Photo courtesy Shawn Calhoun via Flickr (http://bit.ly/1ghvwAo)

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“If you have a problem with Pope Francis, you have a problem with Jesus.” — Father Jim Martin on The Colbert Report In the wake of Pope Francis’s remarks about the destructive nature of capitalism and the Christian imperative for the rich to give to the poor, the Catholic Church is in danger of losing […]

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  • The disparity of wealth between rich and poor in this country is widening every day and is at an all time high. This is really a problem here and throughout the world. The pope is just pointing out the obvious at least in my view..

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