So what hasn't been said yet about Pope Francis' visit to the United States? Well, Gene Robinson, the first openly gay Bishop in the Episcopal Church, was at the White House for the welcoming event, and definitely has a unique take on that stirring moment. (Keep in mind that the likes of Mike Huckabee and Franklin Graham were outraged that the presence of Bishop Gene, Sister Simone Campbell and other leading faith voices represented a "slap in the face" to the Pope!)
Then the Pope spoke to a joint meeting of Congress. We got some insightful analysis on the balance of religion v. politics in this address - and this visit - from Interfaith Alliance Executive Director Rabbi Jack Moline.
And as we get ready to celebrate the 10th anniversary of State of Belief, we revisit another unforgettable interview from years gone by - openly-gay Country singer/songwriter Chely Wright, who talked with Welton in September of 2010 - just months after coming out publicly.