PB gives steady, expansive interview in Raleigh

Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori was her usual steady self in an interview with David Crabtree of WRAL TV, himself an Episcopalian. The interview touched on the ecological devastation of the Gulf of Mexico in the wake of the still-spreading BP oil spill, earthquake recovery efforts in Haiti; relationships in the Anglican Communion, and “mitregate”, which she said was not painful, but was “silly.”

While she was in the state the presiding bishop was also interviewed by the Rt. Rev. Michael Curry, Bishop of North Carolina. Video is at the diocese’s Youtube channel:

Part I (8 minutes)

Part II (8 minutes)

Thanks to Patrick Burrows for the pointer to the interviews with Curry.

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