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Bishop Robinson on Rachel Maddow: the full interview

Bishop Robinson on Rachel Maddow: the full interview

As mentioned yesterday, Bishop Gene Robinson of New Hampshire appeared on last night’s “Rachel Maddow” show. He spoke about the Occupy movement both in New Hampshire and on Wall Street, mentioning the prophets of the Old Testament and the necessity for community.


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tgflux

It's almost boring, how great +Gene always is.

In light of all the *hysteria* regarding his consecration to the episcopate, maybe "boring" is the ultimate accolade! 😉

God bless ya, +Gene.

JC Fisher

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GrandmèreMimi

I saw Rachel Maddow's show last night. Bishop Gene was very good. He made me proud to be an Episcopalian.

June Butler

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