The road from being a devoted believer to becoming atheist can be a hard one. It is even harder for those who have devoted their lives to sharing those beliefs with others. In her new book, From Apostle to Apostate: The Story of the Clergy Project, Catherine Dunphy talks about the special challenges facing nonbelievers whose former faith led them to the priesthood. Along the way, she also tells her own story, from former seminarian to executive director of an organization helping people like her.
This Sunday, Dunphy joins us to talk about her book and the work of the Clergy Project.
- Website for From Apostle to Apostate: The Story of the Clergy Project
- Rational Doubt, a blog featuring voices from the Clergy Project
- "Where can priests & clergy go if they lose their faith?"
- Drew Bekius's review of the book
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