60 Minutes Features the Work of Jesuit Father Rick Curry

Jesuit Father Rick Curry was born without a right forearm. But that hasn’t stopped him from becoming a professor, best-selling cookbook author, and founder of the country’s only known theater school for the physically disabled. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1962 as a Jesuit Brother, but in 2009, he decided to pursue priestly ordination. CBS’ 60 Minutes recently caught up with Father Curry, featuring his various and unique ministries.

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