Six months in, Presiding Bishop reflects on church challenges

Posted May 18, 2016

During a PBS NewsHour interview that aired May 17, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry talks with Judy Woodruff about the challenges facing the Episcopal Church and Christianity.


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  1. Carolyn Markson says:

    Thank you Bishop Curry, for your inspirational representation of our Episcopal Church of America! You are a blessing to each of us!!

  2. Shirley McAllister says:

    How proud you make me to be blessed to be an episcopalian !!!!

  3. Donald A Lowery says:

    God bless ++ Michael Curry

  4. David Taylor says:

    I am always amazed by a person who can articulate (a set of) positions on the human condition that is devoid of self interests and group biases. How marvelous to hear him speak to how God has provided the example of how we should treat and dialog with each other to make for positive relationships with our brothers and sisters. The fact that he is an Episcopalian is something that even he downplays, although it is wonderful that the episcopal church environment has provided for someone like Bishop Curry.

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