The Former President of the University of Notre Dame, Father Theodore Hesburgh was a lesser-known but powerful figure in American life. At a time in the 60s and 70s when America was becoming increasingly divided, Hesburgh sought common ground. His wisdom was respected by multiple presidents, civil rights activists, and even the Pope. Joining us was Patrick Creadon, Director of the new film "Hesburgh" which tells Father Theodore Hesburgh's story.