In advance of Pope Francis’s visit to Philadelphia to celebrate the World Meeting of Families, three Jesuit priests at Saint Joseph’s University share their thoughts on Pope Francis and the papacy. The Jesuits are: William Byron, S.J. ’51, professor of business and society; Vincent Genovesi, S.J., professor of Christian ethics; and Dan Joyce, S.J. ’88, executive director of mission programs. Moderated in this video by Aimee LaPointe Terosky, Ed.D., assistant professor of educational leadership, they discuss what it means to them personally and for the Catholic Church to have a Jesuit pope.


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