In this episode, NCR editor Dennis Coday stops by the studio to talk about recent news, including the pope's visit to Myanmar and Bangladesh, the extradition of a Salvadoran former colonel, and tax reform and sexual assault news in the U.S.
- NCR Vatican correspondent Joshua McElwee is reporting from Myanmar and Bangladesh this week during the papal visit.
- Francis tells the world: 'The presence of God today is called Rohingya.'
- Former Salvadoran official Inocente Orlando Montano has been extradited and will stand trial for the 1989 murder of Jesuits.
- Offensive murals must go, say Native American Notre Dame students and others.
- Julie Bourbon reports: Interfaith leaders convened on Capitol Hill Thursday to call attention to the enormous harm the proposed Republican tax bill will cause to poor and middle-income Americans.
- Republican tax reform is unproven trickle-down theory, writes Michael Sean Winters.
- Commentary: Women's voices are missing amid discussions of sex assault and power abuse.
- A busy Catholic's guide to Advent: 10 tips for observing the season.
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