A series of dialogues with Marc Andrus, the Bishop of California.
- Is Christianity a victim of its own success? (29 min)
- Christian Evolution (35 min)
- Ancestors and Pilgrimages (52 min)
- Detoxifying Christianity (30 min)
- All Souls Day (27 min)
European civilisation has been shaped in many ways by its Christian heritage. In the Middle Ages the Church started schools, universities and hospitals, and set up systems for caring for the sick and the poor. In the twentieth century, the hospice movement was started by Christians. Even the principles of democracy and human rights are rooted in the Christian doctrine that all people are equal before God. Yet these achievements are now widely seen as a triumph of secularism. What is going on?
Marc Andrus, the Episcopal Bishop of California, and Rupert discuss Christianity as a continuously developing process. November, 2016
A dialogue at Hollyhock, Cortes Island, BC between Rupert and Marc Andrus, the Episcopal Bishop of California, on praying for ancestors and on pilgrimage. August, 2016
A dialogue with Marc Andrus, the Bishop of California, at Grace Cathedral, San Francisco. For many people, Christianity is like a toxic brand. Why is this so? And what can be done about it? September, 2015
A dialogue with Marc Andrus, the Bishop of California, at Grace Cathedral, San Francisco. All Souls Day — the day of the dead — falls on November 2, and is particularly spectacular in Mexico. Hallowe'en, or All Hallows' Eve, is the eve of the festival of the dead, which starts with All Saints' Day on November 1.