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The Seeing Man

“Here is an astonishing thing,” says the man who was born blind. We’ll call him the Seeing Man. This poor guy has really been through


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2FAB: Esther John

Today’s episode is all about Esther John, a Pakistani convert to Christianity who was killed in 1960, and is featured on the western wall of Westminster Abbey as one of the 20th Century Martyrs. We talk colonialism, conversion, and family stuff!

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2FAB: Pauli Murray

This week we’re exploring the life and legacy of Pauli Murray: poet, lawyer, activist, priest, writer, teacher, architect of Brown v. Board, founder of NOW, LGBTQ+ saint.

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Between Dreams

Excerpted from Passion for Pilgrimage, by Alan Jones “In the Eastern tradition there is a critical period in our lives that is a privileged opportunity for

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An outreached hand

By Emily Meeks Stone benches line the walls of the Encounter Chapel, part of the lower level of Duc in Altum in Magdala, on the

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