Oct 2, 2020
This week on the podcast, editors JD Flynn and Ed Condon briefly discuss the first presidential debate, the annual Al Smith Dinner, and democracy; and then take another deep dive into the Vatican's financial scandal to answer the question: how did Vatican finances get where they are today?
This week’s special guest is Karna Lozoya from the Catholic University of America, who hosts the new podcast, “Crisis.” She joins to talk about her podcast and to play a trivia game about famous crises throughout history.
Listen to CNA Editor's Desk here, or on any podcast app:
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Don't miss this bonus episode, adding to their conversation: