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Priest Pulse

By Fr. Benjamin Gildas and Fr. Colin Chapman

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Description

Priest Pulse takes a playful and prayerful look at ministry, news, culture, and politics through the lens of the Episcopal Church. Hosts Fr. Benjamin Gildas and Colin Chapman sit down with guests from around the Episcopal Church and mainline Protestantism for heart warming stories of faith, deep theological discussion, poking fun at culture and politics, and sometimes a silly game or two. Segments include Priest Pulse Roundtable, interviews with authors, theologians, and spiritual writers, games with guests, stories of faith, theological conversation, and more.

Customer Reviews

A unique perspective on the Church and the world

Priest Pulse is a great show that illuminates the Church and world from the perspective of a young friar, offering a new angle for its listeners to look at the issues discussed in the episodes. Definitely worth subscribing!

Totally on the pulse

This show has all the goodies, from deep and careful analysis and journalism to poignant reflection to jokes and everything in between. Everyone should take a listen, but especially Episcopalians.

The pulse of the church

Priest Pulse Priest pulse is a combination of evocative questions, relevant journalism, spiritual depth and lively interviews. We are often asked to find the issues facing the Church. Priest Pulse goes to the margins, the edges, the ragged center and all areas to explore the issues we need to explore. Listen to some episodes and decide for yourself. You will be pleasantly surprised and eager for more. It is what Church should be. I had no idea what to expect until I interviewed by Fr. Ben. The best interview in years. Fr. Ben understands the topic, the Church, the issues and he prepared. In short, I was impressed. I support Priest Pulse because I believe in their work.

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