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Priest Pulse: Gaga for the Jesus Movement

Priest Pulse: Gaga for the Jesus Movement

Gaga for the Jesus Movement – S2E11 feat. Sarah Condon, Bernard J. Owens, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

 

Did you catch Lady Gaga at the Superbowl? Well Lady Gaga caught our guest Sarah Condon at church that morning, and you can catch her on this episode of Priest Pulse talking about her book Churchy. Also, don’t miss Colin Chapman’s interview with BJ Owens as they discuss his Slate article on preaching in the age of President Donald Trump. And certainly not least, Colin had a chance to question Presiding Bishop Michael Bruce Curry at his pilgrimage and revival in Pittsburgh. Do not miss this incredibly special episode of Priest Pulse.

https://www.amazon.com/Churchy-Real-Life-Adventures-Priest/dp/0990792781/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1486397079&sr=8-1&keywords=churchy+the+real+life+adventures+of+a+wife+mom+and+priest

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/faithbased/2017/02/an_episcopal_priest_on_writing_his_first_sermon_of_the_trump_presidency.html?wpsrc=sh_all_dt_fb_bot

http://www.episcopalchurch.org/posts/publicaffairs/welcome-jesus-movement-episcopal-church-slates-2017-2018-revivals

 

 

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