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The church has left the building

The church has left the building

The Diocese of Texas spreads the gospel in unconventional places and in unconventional ways.


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E Sinkula

I will second that. What is Mr. Povey doing that is improving the church? My bet is nothing….

Chris Capaldo

Not to sound sassy, Mr. Povey, but let’s see the video that you made, that obviously gave you the right to judge this one… oh yes… you don’t have one…

J Michael Povey

Very dull, very male, very clerical.

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