Busted Halo Debuts Live-Streaming Video!
No matter how far you live from NYC, there's no reason you can't attend our June 29 event
When we created the Facebook invite for our first ever Busted Halo® Behind the Scenes event — an interview with Fr. James Martin, SJ about Tips for Summer Spirituality — we got a great response. Lots of you wanted to get an exclusive look into how we create the content that enables us to keep bustedhalo.com full of new features every weekday. Unfortunately, lots of you don’t live in the NYC region.
We’re never one to let a physical divide stop us from connecting with our community, so we decided to find a way for all Busted Halo® fans, near and far, to participate. So, Tuesday, June 29th at 6:30pm ET, join us here on bustedhalo.com for our first ever live-streaming broadcast of a Busted Halo® event — Busted Halo® Behind the Scenes.
Learn more about what Busted Halo® does, the how and why behind our ministry, and watch as bustedhalo.com editor-in-chief Bill McGarvey interviews Fr. James Martin, SJ about Tips for Summer Spirituality. All live from the Church of St. Paul the Apostle in New York City!
Drawing on his new book, The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything, Fr. Martin will offer advice for keeping Halos intact through the lazy days of summer. The live interview will be followed by an audience Q & A with Fr. Martin and Mr. McGarvey.
Follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/bustedhalo where we’ll be live tweeting the interview, and taking tweeted questions from those watching live during the Q&A. You may miss out on the cheese and crackers (we haven’t found a way to do that digitally… yet), but you won’t miss much else.
If you are in the NYC region and interested in attending the event in person it’s still not too late to RSVP (and you’ll get the cheese and crackers that way.) Just email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
If you do miss the interview we’ll still be making it into a Busted Halo® feature story, but, really, if you have a computer there’s no reason not to be there.