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Priest Pulse Season 2, episode 10: Two Fabulous Women

Priest Pulse Season 2, episode 10: Two Fabulous Women

This week we have two incredibly fabulous guests with us on the show. Father Ben got to head to NYC to the offices of Trinity Wall Street to talk with Winnie Varghese of St. Mark’s in the Bowery and Huffington Post fame, who now serves at Trinity. We discuss her childhood faith, origins from Kerala, India, a post-Trump America, ministry in NYC, Hamilton the Musical, and so much more. Also joining us this week is Jordan Haynie Ware, co-host of the Two Feminists Annotate the Bible podcast. Jordan discusses her upcoming book “The Ultimate Quest: a Geek’s Guide to the Episcopal Church,” her own geeky history, the differences between Dungeons & Dragons and Pathfinder, and so much more.

You won’t want to miss one of our favorite episodes ever!

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