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The Call of Jesus

 |  The Peace Pulpit

We don't have a homily from Bishop Thomas Gumbleton this week. But we do have a video of a talk Bishop Gumbleton gave to a confirmation students at St. James Parish, Johnson City, N.Y. on March 9, 2008.



The talk is called "The Call of Jesus."

The video comes from Wilton Vought has a video blog called Essential Dissent (see essentialdissent.blogspot.com). This is how Vought describes himself and his work: "I am a videographer living near Montrose, Pa. I videotape events of interest to the peace and justice community, and post them here. I am in the process of posting approximately 50 videos from my former Web site, so there will be quite a few posts through September and into October of 2008. Things will settle down after that."

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After watching this video, visit essentialdissent.blogspot.com for more.

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