Last week we talked about Christians for Socialism, a radical revolutionary contingent of Christians that started in response to the Allende election in Chile. We ended that episode noting that the organization had to disband in Chile after a US-backed coup deposed Allende. But the end of Christians for Socialism in Chile wasn't the end of the organization itself. It was exported to North America, connecting with other Christian groups that were organizing for socialism there. To get a sense of that transmission and how Christians for Socialism operated in the United States and Canada, we talked with Kathleen Schultz, who was the Executive Secretary of the organization for about a decade. We end with some speculations about what Christians for Socialism might look like in the twenty-first century.