The Liturgists Podcast - The Liturgists

Michael Gungor, Science Mike, Lissa Paino, and an ever revolving cast of creators take on topics through the perspectives of science, art, and faith.

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Parenting and Deconstruction


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Suffering (Part 3)


This is the third in a three part series dealing with suffering: what is it, how do we cope with it, and how can we address it?Please consider joining with us to help provide clean drinking water to every person on this planet. Learn more at http://theliturgists.com/water


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