The line, “A priest and a pastor get pulled over for speeding . . .” sounds like it might be the start of a really bad joke. In truth, it happened to me and my friend Father David, once, and I still chuckle at the memory.
In this episode, I want to continue thinking about pastoral friendships, but this time thinking specifically about those which can form outside our particular traditions.
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Notes and resources relevant to this episode:
The line “one holy, catholic and apostolic church” is drawn from the Nicene Creed.
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