Bishop Michael Curry Wants Us To Love Radically : 1A The same weekend Bishop Michael Curry delivered his sermon at the Royal Wedding, a group of Christian leaders — Curry included — launched a creed called "Reclaiming Jesus." It warned of a crisis facing our highest moral and political leaders.

In today's political climate, how do religious leaders lead flocks that are more partisan and less inclined to love across the aisle? And when it comes to earthly matters, can faith and love bring us together?

We put those questions to Bishop Curry.

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Bishop Michael Curry Wants Us To Love Radically

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If you watched this year's Royal Wedding, it may have been your first time hearing Bishop Michael Curry, the leader of the Episcopal Church.

The same weekend Bishop Curry delivered his wedding address, a group of Christian leaders — Curry included — launched a creed called "Reclaiming Jesus." It warned of "a dangerous crisis of moral and political leadership at the highest levels of our government and in our churches."

Nearly two dozen Christian leaders from various denominations signed it.

In today's political climate, how do religious leaders lead flocks that are more partisan and less inclined to love across the aisle? And when it comes to earthly matters, can faith and love bring us together?

We put those questions to Bishop Curry.