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We have a slightly extended check in after our two week break, then Lisa aces our glossary quiz and then we continue our look at what the BCP catechism has to say about the “church.”
We continue our conversation on what “church” is, plus we offer a little insight into how our brains work and Jon gets stumped (again).
Funny dog stories, medieval leftovers and we begin to talk about this thing called “church,” what the catechism says and what we think about it all.
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