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Unholier Than Thou
Some people came out of the pandemic with a new skill, new spouse, or new lease on life. Others came out with a divorce, a drinking problem, or an identity crisis. No matter how the last year has treated you, journalist Phillip Picardi is back to guide you through the spiritual conundrums that tend to crop up amidst global catastrophe. With the help of friends, strangers, and celebrities, Unholier Than Thou has risen from the dead and is back for season 2: Resurrection. We’re talking recovery, rediscovery, resilience, resolutions, and more. This season of Unholier Than Thou is all about...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 928 ratings
Recovery
What a show and how insightful when it comes to accepting each person’s journey and discovery of a spiritual part of each one of us. The last 15 mins. of this episode are a “must listen”. I am a 72 years old Mom of 3, one who is 9 years in recovery and one who is transgender and struggles...Read full review »
tia el via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/20/21
ThNkyou
Many thanks for consistent edifying content. I can lose the guilt and focus on the beauty of what I have instead of feeling like I never deserve anything positive in the eyes of God or Creator. Like a balm.
pippi frasher via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/03/21
This podcast leaves me feeling inspired and hopeful. Even though I don’t know what faith means to me personally just yet, hearing diverse perspectives and experiences brings me joy.
Tyler ☺️ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/15/21
Recent Episodes
This week, Phill is joined by his classmate, Sarah Pearson, who works fighting clergy abuse. She and Phill discuss how high up the chain coverup efforts go, how predatory priests are often relocated into communities of color, and what justice for victims may look like. For a transcript of this...
Published 11/26/21
Alcohol consumption increased 23% during the pandemic, particularly among women and those who live alone. People are cut off from their support systems, and many have lost their income. Without social and financial resources, staying in recovery is hard and entering it can be even harder. This...
Published 11/19/21
Published 11/19/21
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