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January 21st, 2010

Busted Halo’s Digital Pilgrimage Video Blog

Follow Brittany, Samuel and Shiloh's video blog as they meet Busted Halo readers and listeners across America

 
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Check the map for Brittany, Samuel and Shiloh’s route!

#16 Meet Deacon Jack Orlandi

The gang stop by Penn State University before Kate and Sam fight it out.


#15 Meet Steve Bauer and Dustin Rhodes

Steve and Dustin discuss their love for Busted Halo and where Steve finds God.



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#14 Shiloh smells bears.

The gang encounter a bump in the road and bears near their campsite.


#13 Busted Halo cofounder Fr. Brett Hoover, CSP

Fr. Brett fills us in on what he’s up to.


#12 Meet Fr. Al Moser, CSP

Father Al discusses what drew him to become a priest after serving in WWII.


#11 Meet Jack Liu

Jack shows Brittany around UC Berkeley’s campus and talks about being Catholic in Taiwan and where he finds God.


#10 Two words: clown motel

Brittany and the gang get lost in Nevada and pass by the pure nightmare of a clown motel.


#9 Meet Gina Zaccagnini

A FOCUS missionary talks about the challenges she faces as a young adult returning to her faith.


#8 Meet Adam Rose

Brittany talks with Adam Rose about where he finds God and how he found Busted Halo.


#7 Story vs. Reality

Samuel struggles with false advertising. And driving, always with the driving!


#6 – Meet Jacob Laskowski

A FOCUS minister at Bradley University talks about his progression as a Catholic and the Joy of his life.


#5 – Supermarket stray

Brittany and Samuel debate what to do with a stray dog in Indiana.


#4 – Yom Kippur and action figures

Samuel’s mom talks about her personal experience with the Day of Atonement. Brittany searches for Father Dave in plastic form.


#3 – Meet Mikaella Miller

Brittany talks to the Busted Halo fan about where she finds God and how she found Busted Halo.


#2 – On the road

Brittany and the gang head to Cleveland where they encounter traffic, Samuel playing dead and an angry dog as they arrive at Brittany’s parent’s house.


#1 – Meet the crew

Busted Halo® heads out from its headquarters in NYC to meet and greet our friends across the country.


And keep checking back at bustedhalo.com and our Facebook page for each video from their cross-country adventure.

 

Music in video is ©1994–2006 Derek K. Miller.

 
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The Author : Brittany Janis
Brittany Janis, 25, is Busted Halo's development director.
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  • Brittany

    @Marissa yes we will be coming through Wichita on our way back to NY- get in touch with me (see my e-mail above in the video) and we can coordinate a meet up! I’m already meeting with one fan there so maybe we can make it a group gathering.@Brenda sorry we’re going to have to miss Bowling Green We’re coming in through the Cincinnati area on the way back.

  • Brenda

    Hey, will you be coming through Bowling Green, OH? You have a fan here!!

  • marissa

    are you comming to kansas? wichita or some where in kANSAS?

  • Carolyn J. Martone

    P.S. Ocean Beach in the Sunset is a great place to bring Shiloh for a walk (or chase birds and scatter sand in people’s faces as my mutt did last year when I took her there) as is Baker Beach in the Richmond. Also – if you like Dim Sum, the best place I experienced when I lived there is NOT in Chinatown, but at Ton Kiang in the Richmond on Geary and 22nd. You WON’T be disappointed! Green Apple books is awesome (Clement and 6th), Ameoba Records (an old bowling alley turned used music store) on Haight and Stanyon, and all of the Mexican food you could ever want is in the Mission, as is Mission Delores, a beautiful, beautiful church. Please e-mail me if you need any other suggestions while you’re there or if you can’t find a place to stay. :)

  • Carolyn J. Martone

    Hi Brittany,

    The cafe I told you about in San Francisco is called Bazaar Cafe, and it’s in the Richmond district on California St. between 21st and 22nd Avenue. Free live music every night at 7PM. It might be a good place to interview people for the pilgrimage, very eclectic bunch. Let me know if you go, the owners are dear friends of mine. Hope your trip is going well, your dog is awesome.
    Carolyn

  • Mirlande Jeanlouis

    More Shiloh! = )

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