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Audio: Acton on the Vatican’s Global Economic Reform Note

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Acton On The AirIn the wake of the release of the Vatican’s Note on Global Financial Reform, the media has called on Acton for comment and analysis. Presented here are three interviews on the topic from the past few days; we’ll post more as audio becomes available.

On Monday afternoon, Acton’s Director of Research Dr. Samuel Gregg joined host Al Kresta on Kresta in the Afternoon to discuss the problems with the note:
[audio:http://bonhoeffer.acton.org/acton_media/mp3/2011/2011-10-24_Gregg.mp3]

The following day, Dr. Gregg joined host Drew Mariani on Relevant Radio to discuss the same topic:
[audio:http://bonhoeffer.acton.org/acton_media/mp3/2011/2011-10-25_Gregg.mp3]

Finally, on Tuesday Acton President Rev. Robert A. Sirico made an appearance on Kresta in the Afternoon that served as a preview to his discussion of the good and bad portions of the Vatican’s note in today’s Wall Street Journal, and sheds light on exactly what a “note” from the Vatican is:
[audio:http://bonhoeffer.acton.org/acton_media/mp3/2011/2011-10-25_Sirico.mp3]

Update: Sam Gregg audio clips are now working!

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