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Priest Pulse: Ashes, ashes, we all fall down

Priest Pulse: Ashes, ashes, we all fall down

The Cafe is pleased to introduce our new partnership with ‘Priest Pulse.’  Priest Pulse is a podcast that believes the Church is alive, and they’re keeping their finger on the pulse. Priest Pulse is hosted by Father Benjamin Gildas and Fr. Colin Chapman and looks at relevant issues in the Episcopal Church and around the world with prayer, humor, and thoughtfulness.

Their new season is coming soon, but until then, we’ll be highlighting some episodes from the archives.  First up is ‘Ashes, Ashes, we all fall down.  In this first roundtable episode, Jim Naughton, Nurya Love Parish, and Colin Chapman discuss trending topics. In this episode: the 2016 Anglican Primates gathering, Iowa caucus, the intersection of politics and religion in the United States, and Ashes to Go. In this edition of “lightning round,” Jim Naugton’s take on Lent Madness, Panxatawny Phil, #realclergybios, Donald Trump’s Nobel Peace Prize, Ben Carson’s fresh set of clothes, and Colin Chapman’s real feelings on the Manning dynasty.

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