Span Dates: Interview conducted in 2007
Volume: 137 pages
A transcript of an oral history interview with Reverend Michael Piazza as a part of the Texas Community Oral History Project. In the interview, Reverend Piazza discusses his work as a pastor in the Methodist Church, his “coming out” process, the Civil Rights movement, the development of MCC, and the Cathedral of Hope.
Michael S. Piazza is a spiritual visionary, author and social justice advocate who currently serves as Dean of the Cathedral of Hope, the world’s largest liberal Christian church with a primary outreach to lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgendered people. More information is available in his profile.
A brief description is available by searching the library catalog.
The interview is located at the University of Texas Libraries.
MCC | United Church of Christ/Congregational Church | United Methodist Church | AIDS | Civil Rights Movement | Piazza, Michael