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May 11th, 2011

Tenth Anniversary Speaker Series

Mary Karr, From Busted to Believer -- The Journey of an Unlikely Catholic

 
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Watch our recorded live stream of the Mary Karr interview.

We want to celebrate our tenth anniversary with you.

Unfortunately, lots of you don’t live in the NYC region. So this Wednesday we’re finding yet another way to bridge that physical divide, and offering you an exclusive look into how Busted Halo® works. Join us on live video as Fr. Dave Dwyer, CSP, host of The Busted Halo Show on Sirius XM, interviews New York Times best-selling author Mary Karr (author of The Liars Club and Lit) in the kick-off event of our Tenth Anniversary Speaker Series!

Wednesday, May 11th at 6:30 p.m. ET join us here at bustedhalo.com/live for our live-streaming broadcast of “From Busted to Believer: The Journey of an Unlikely Catholic.”

Learn more about what Busted Halo® does, the how and why behind our ministry, and watch as Fr. Dave talks with Ms. Karr about her struggle with faith and the unlikely redemption she has found in the Catholic Church. All live from the Church of St. Paul the Apostle in New York City! .

Follow us on Twitter and 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 area 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 brittany@bustedhalo.com for more details or go to our Facebook event page.

If you do miss the interview we’ll still be making it into a Busted Halo® feature story. But we’d love you to be there as we launch our tenth anniversary celebrations with this great event. California isn’t too far, after all.

 
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