Religious Schisms 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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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