The Blurb: “A Roman Catholic Priest, two Orthodox clergymen, a Baptist boy and an Episcopalian gal, along with a Greek layman — unexpectedly — share a Thanksgiving campfire. What do you think happens?”
Having set the storyline, I solicited listeners’ ideas for the follow-up:
That episode, Part 2, was written almost entirely by AFR listeners. (And, boy howdy, is it ever worth another hearing!)
Listener participation has helped script other Orthodixie episodes, namely:
Ortho-Man & the Riddle of the Psssssst!
included in We Came, We Saw, We Converted
With the release of the audio version of We Came, We Saw, We Converted – The Lighter Side of Orthodoxy in America, here’s the deal:
A seasoned priest, married with children, quits.
He just walks away from parochial ministry.
Your input can be funny or serious, long or short, spell-checked or not — whatever — but it must be sent to me by the end of Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 25th, at:
orthodixie at aol dot com
(Do not send your suggestions via the ComBox of this blog.)
All participants whose entries are used in the podcast will be notified and sent a free download of the new audio book, We Came, We Saw, We Converted – available from Conciliar Press.
DEADLINE: Thanksgiving Day.
Oh, and …