What effect does the absence of fathers have on our society? What do you do to listen for God’s will? What’s the greatest threat to a family home? How can you recognize and draw out the talents of young people? These are just some of the questions I ask of our guest today, Joe Campo, in a discussion that touches on the intimate and the grand, the spiritual and the practical alike. Joe is the head of the St. Francis Home in Brooklyn, where young men in need of support and direction live together as a family, with Joe as a father who shares with them a life of faith. Joe is also the founder of Grassroots Films, which he started with some of the young men from his household. Grassroots has produced such films as The Human Experience, Outcasts, Fishers of Men, and Child 31.
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