NCR Podcast: Knights of Columbus; 'The Keepers' reviewed

A Knights of Columbus color guard leaves after a Mass during a military pilgrimage at the Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes, May 17, 2014, in southwestern France. (CNS/Paul Haring)

In this episode, Brittany talks to Sr. Rose Pacatte about the new Netflix documentary series "The Keepers," which focuses on the unsolved murder of a Catholic sister in Baltimore in 1969. Later, NCR contributor Nicole Sotelo and editor-at-large Tom Roberts talk about the Knights of Columbus and the organization's immense financial influence in the Catholic sphere.

Show Notes

  • Sr. Rose reviews Netflix's new series "The Keepers."
  • Here's Nicole Sotelo on the Knights of Columbus' charitable dollars going to political causes.
  • Three things to know before you invest with the Knights of Columbus.
  • The Knights of Columbus needs to show restraint in the political sphere, says Michael Sean Winters.
  • Tom Roberts investigates the Knights' finances and growing influence.
  • 'Find common cause,' advises Knights spokesman.

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