America’s war on Iraq started ten years ago on March 19 Some four thousand Americans and well over a hundred thousand, possibly close to a million Iraqis died. On part one, journalist Greg Barrett talks about what he witnessed among Americans and Iraqis on the ground, and what he calls “subversive interfaith friendships.” And on part two, Ed Wilson of Voice of the Faithful takes a look at the chances for positive change in the battered Catholic Church with the installation of the new pope, Francis I.

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