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The Magazine: PoppingCollars Podcast Episode 10 Slain in the spirit

The Magazine: PoppingCollars Podcast Episode 10 Slain in the spirit

With whimsy, humor, and a theological perspective Episcopal priests take a look at popular culture

Greg, Kathy, Kyle, and Michelle delve into the world of Sunnydale as they discuss what wisdom Buffy the Vampire Slayer has for their church communities.

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Kyle Matthew Oliver

Some other Episcopal podcasts you might enjoy:

* Padre's Pods (conversations about life and faith by the worst priest ever and his friends)
* The Collect Call (a show about the intersection of liturgy and life)
* Easter People (hopeful conversations about faith and culture)

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