The Francis Effect podcast: Baptism, the Breonna Taylor settlement and Mass in Milwaukee

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Tamika Palmer, the mother of Breonna Taylor, weeps during a Sept. 15 news conference announcing a $12 million civil settlement between the Taylor's estate and the city of Louisville, Kentucky. (CNS/Reuters/Bryan Woolston)
Tamika Palmer, the mother of Breonna Taylor, weeps during a Sept. 15 news conference announcing a $12 million civil settlement between the Taylor's estate and the city of Louisville, Kentucky. (CNS/Reuters/Bryan Woolston)

Editor's note: NCR executive editor Heidi Schlumpf has joined "The Francis Effect" for its seventh season as a co-host with Franciscan Fr. Dan Horan and David Dault. The podcast airs every other Wednesday and is available on NCR's site and various podcast apps.

NCR executive editor Heidi Schlumpf has joined Season 7 of "The Francis Effect" podcast. She joins co-hosts Franciscan Fr. Dan Horan (columnist for NCR's "Faith Seeking Understanding") and David Dault, executive producer and host of "Things Not Seen: Conversations about Culture and Faith." 

In this episode, Horan, Dault and Schlumpf explore the theological impact of plural nouns on sacraments, as well as the latest developments in the Breonna Taylor case, and round out the conversation with a look at the recent call for parishioners to return to Mass in Wisconsin.

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