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Bishop Budde on Diane Rehm Show

Bishop Budde on Diane Rehm Show

From the site of the Diane Rehm Show on WAMU:

Diane talks with the Right Reverend Mariann Budde, who was installed last month as the first female and ninth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, D.C. They discuss the tough issues she faces after a decade of schism within the church, her plans to reach out to disillusioned Episcopalians, and her desire to create a bigger, broader church.

The bishop’s visit is about an hour in length. On the companion page, a number of interesting comments from listeners are offered.

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Kraut1701

Bishop Budde is the kind of leader that TEC needs. Someone that understands the true challenges that the Church faces and isn’t afraid to say and do what is necessary to reverse that decline!

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Peter Pearson

I love the way this bishop thinks!!!!!!

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