“Who will speak if we don’t?” Reimagining Preaching in 2020

“Who will speak if we don’t?” Reimagining Preaching in 2020

Join panelists Jessie Bazan, Diana Macalintal, and Fr. Bradley Zamora as we discuss the difficulty, and importance, of preaching in challenging times. How do we address difficult issues like racism, sexism, or structures of privilege? How are the laity, through the priesthood of all believers, responsible to “preach” truth in difficult times? How can we view our daily interactions and communications as opportunities for all of us to both preach and listen to the voice of God?

This session was originally broadcast on Monday, July 13, 2020 as part of GIA Publication’s “Summer Series.” For more conversations, check out the series playlist on GIA’s YouTube channel.


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