Dating God Podcast #10 — Mike Hayes and first ‘Social Justice Report’

In this episode of the Dating God Podcast (1) We are joined by nationally known young adult minister Mike Hayes, author of the book “Googling God: The Religious Landscape of People in their 20s and 30s” (Paulist Press, 2007) and campus minister at the University at Buffalo; (2) We also have our first installment of the Dating God Podcast “Social Justice Report,” a regular segment on the podcast featuring contributors who share with us timely matters related to justice, peace and the environment. Br. Steve DeWitt, OFM, author of AFranciscanAbroad.com, joins us for the first “Social Justice Report” to talk with us about a pipeline proposal across the United States and Canada. Share your comments, suggestions or questions with us at DatingGodPodcast@gmail.com.

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For more information about Mike Hayes visit: Googling God Blog

For more information about the Keystone XL Pipeline discussed in the Dating God Podcast “Social Justice Report,” visit http://www.tarsandsaction.org and http://act.350.org/sign/tar-sands. You can learn more about Br. Steve, our “Social Justice Report” regular contributor, on his blog A Franciscan Abroad.

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One Response to “Dating God Podcast #10 — Mike Hayes and first ‘Social Justice Report’”

  1. […] may have first heard about the Keystone XL pipeline right here on the Dating God Podcast‘s first installment of our “Social Justice Report,” during which Br. Steve DeWitt […]

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