Arts & Life

Tony Hendra and 'Father Joe'

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Tony Hendra, a writer and performer best known for his biting satire, has written a loving memoir called Father Joe: The Man Who Saved My Soul. Hendra, former editor of Spy magazine and National Lampoon, writes of the Benedictine monk who has had a life-long spiritual influence on him. Hear Hendra and NPR's Scott Simon.



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