Just 50 years ago at United Nations Headquarters in New York City, Pope Paul VI became the first pope in history to visit the United States. MSNBC’s Dorian Warren brings us up to speed on historic moments in previous papal visits.
Rev. James T. Bretzke says “no one loses their human dignity even after the most heinous crime” in referencing Pope Francis’ motives for visiting U.S. prisons. Rev. Matt Malone, Rev. Monsignor Kevin W. Irwin and Paul Elie discuss American criminal justice reform.
Fmr. British Officer Michael Kay says it’s incredibly difficult to apprehend a person or group intending to harm Pope Francis that authorities don’t know about. Fmr. NYPD Officer Marq Claxton discusses specific NYC security measures.
Debut Author Nathan Hale Williams discusses four down-to-earth, relatable women who remind us that love exists when finding an imperfect person perfectly.