The Francis Effect podcast: Biden and bishops; Madison anti-vax memo; Archbishop Gomez

Los Angeles Archbishop José Gomez concelebrates Mass with Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Nov. 15 in Baltimore during the bishops' fall general assembly. (CNS)

Los Angeles Archbishop José Gomez concelebrates Mass with Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Nov. 15 in Baltimore during the bishops' fall general assembly. (CNS/Bob Roller)

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NCR executive editor Heidi Schlumpf is part of the new season of "The Francis Effect" podcast, joining co-hosts Franciscan Fr. Daniel Horan (columnist for NCR) and David Dault, executive producer and host of "Things Not Seen: Conversations about Culture and Faith."

In this episode, Father Daniel, Heidi and David talk about the U.S. bishops' conference on the Eucharist, the recent comments by the archbishop of Los Angeles about social justice, and the policy memo from the Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin, forbidding parishes to be used as vaccination sites.

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