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PBS interviews Presiding Bishop Michael Curry: six months on the job

PBS interviews Presiding Bishop Michael Curry: six months on the job

Judy Woodruff sat down with Bishop Curry on PBS to learn how he is leading a church facing the challenges of this age.

 

 

The text of the interview is here.

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Brenda Schwartz

A loving and caring man of God. The conviction of his faith and gift of his vision may be a significant step to better tomorrows. His writing is for me as instructive as meeting and hear him speak. He is one of God's warriors in a grace filled package!

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judy

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Love, love, love this man!

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Paul Woodrum

+Michael is providing the Episcopal Church with a new narrative. Now we need to tell that story, not just behind closed doors on Sunday morning, but through all the emerging means of contact.

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Wayne Helmly

I love his boundless optimism. Thank God for Presiding Bishop Curry!

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Daniel Jarvis

right on, brother!

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