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Anthem, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s youth and young adult ministry, has launched a new weekly podcast that explores questions about spirituality, religion, and Christianity.

In the latest podcast, the Anthem team chats about the worldview offered by the Netflix series “Stranger Things.”

Those who have no faith but are curious about Christianity or who struggle with their faith are especially welcome to listen and share.

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