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Looking at Social Justice #27: Bishop David Rice, Episcopal Bishop of the Diocese of San Joaquin: The Pilgrimage of Hope from Fresno to Sacramento

Looking at Social Justice
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Bishop David Rice, Episcopal Bishop of the Diocese of San Joaquin shares with Jim Grant the upcoming Pilgrimage of Hope which he and 8-10 others will be making from Fresno to Sacramento. The conversation opens with the introduction to his ministry as Episcopal Bishop and then focuses on the walk to Sacramento where on May 20th faith communities, immigrants and concerned citizens will converge at the state capital to celebrate the gifts and contributions of our immigrant brothers and sisters, and to advocate for immigrant rights.

Apr 17 2019

28mins

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Ten commandments for robots, First female Scottish episcopal bishop and five years of Pope Francis.

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William visits the robotics exhibition at the Manchester Museum of Science and Technology with AI expert, Dr Louise Dennis, from Liverpool University, to discuss whether it's possible to create an ethical framework for advances in robotic technology.

Professor Tom Wright, former Bishop of Durham, on his book Paul: A Biography in which he details the life of St Paul in a new way.

William discusss the Archbishop of Canterbury meeting with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince during his visit to the UK.

The first female Episcopalian bishop in Scotland. Bishop Anne Dyer - who is pro same-sex marriage was consecrated last week, she gives her first broadcast interview about her hopes for the future.

Five years ago in St Peter's Square in Rome a piece of church history was made when Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, was elected Pope - the first Jesuit to hold the office, the first from the Americas and the southern hemisphere and the first non European Pope for over 1,000 years. Trevor Barnes looks back over his eventful five years as leader of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics. Whilst Paul Vallely, Religious writer and broadcaster, Phil Lawler, editor of Catholic World News and Cecilia Taylor Camera, of the Catholic Bishop Conference of England & Wales, discuss his achievements and the criticisms of his Papacy.

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Amanda Hancox
Lissa Cook

Photo credit courtesy of the Museum of Science and Industry.

Mar 11 2018

44mins

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