Religious Schisms

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For the past week, the public has watched the Episcopal Church try to hold itself together while dealing with the divisive issue of homosexuality. It's not the first time a religious denomination has faced the possibility of a split. Join host Neal Conan for a look at the fault lines among the faithful.

Guests:

Barbara Bradley Hagerty
*NPR Religion Correspondent

Phyllis Tickle
*Contributing editor in religion at Publisher's Weekly
*Author, The Shaping of a Life: A Spiritual Landscape (Doubleday, April 2000)
*Author, The Divine Hours Series, manuals for keeping fixed hour prayer (Doubleday)

Larry Cunningham
*Professor of theology at the University of Notre Dame

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