thomas merton, dorothy hayes -- a catholic social worker, dr. martin luther king jr. for his emphasis on civil rights -- and you mentioned abraham lincoln. i was impressed with the fact that he had such knowledge of our country and did his homework -- like a good jesuit does. so along with the encyclical in terms of the environment, his emphasis on social rights through these individuals that have impacted our world -- so i thought that was very insightful of him. >> francis, the first jesuit pope -- is surprised everyone by choosing st. francis of assisi. one of your big stories is -- the pope addresses congress? >> right. and the issues that face our country and face the world. and they use that platform to talk about the issues that i think interface with all of the world around us. >> what is another story? >> the story i was really going to start off with was the
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