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FM #384 Minister Rabbi Priest - LIVE - 11/04/20

Updated about 20 days ago.

FM #384 = This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 384 in the series.

This special edition shares the audio of the live Franklin Public Radio show that was broadcast on Wednesday morning, November 4, 2020: “A Minister, a Priest and a Rabbi walk into a Radio Station”

This program features an interview format with Rabbi Tom Alpert (Temple Etz Chaim), Rev. Kathy McAdams (St. John's Episcopal Church) and Rev Eric Cherry (First Universalist Society of Franklin). Jay Horrigan and Pandora Carlucci co-facilitate the discussion. Pete Fasciano and Keith Palmieri handle the technical details. I was honored to be a guest for this episode and share the stats from the unofficial election results Nov 3.

All episodes of this show can be found on https://temple-etzchaim.org/community/listen-watch/

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