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Priest Pulse

Priest Pulse

It’s the first in a series on forming leaders in the Episcopal Church

Fr. Benjamin Gildas joins the faculty of the General Theological Seminary for a round-table discussion of many challenging issues facing the Episcopal Church in the 21st century: the future of seminary education, recapturing mission, incarnational ministry, and much more. This episode is dedicated to Mother Mitties DeChamplain for all the blessings she bestowed upon us and many generations of GTS grads.

 

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