National Public Radio reported this week on an intentional community growing up in Hyattsville, Md., of orthodox Catholics. The community…
Eastern Michigan’s Todd Ousley to take over from the retiring Clay Matthews
Briarwood Presbyterian in Birmingham, which operates a school and seminary, is seeking the same ability as many colleges to operate its own police department
Heather Cook, the former Suffragan Bishop of Maryland, is scheduled for her first parole hearing of her sentence for the manslaughter of a cyclist during a drunk-driving incident in December 2014.
As clergy and laity across the church meet to renew their baptismal and ordination vows during Holy Week, the Diocese of Atlanta has made an unusual invitation.
The Ministry Division in the Church of England has released a study, Vocational pathways: Clergy leading large churches, about why women are under represented in major parishes in England.
Yesterday, two Coptic churches in Egypt where hit by suicide bombers.
By the Revd Br Tobias Stanislas Haller, BSG. The video is a set of Stations of the Cross that Tobias created for his parish in 2014. The music for meditating is a Symphonic poem that Tobias wrote in 1982. The music is based on traditional music of the Passion and ends with a chorale that “looks beyond the Way of the Cross towards Easter.”
The Crown Nominations Commission has announced an appointment for bishop diocesan for the See of Sheffield.
We have perhaps all seen the most vocal situations of businesses not wanting to serve LGBTQ folks. The legal argument is, that any business owner with a firmly held religious belief, should be allowed to refuse service to LGBTQ folks, if serving them would violate the business owner’s belief. The conservative law firms that fight these cases often contend that their position is that which is held by the majority of US citizens. Recent polling affirms that only one group actually supports laws legalizing discrimination against LGBTQ citizens.