Getting people to act in concert means they need to be informed. And to inform people, the advocates need to have ready access to good, convincing information. The ONE Campaign just released a new application for people with iOS devices to make sure that the need for good information is met.
Day: June 9, 2011
Given all the other news right now not many people have been following the story this week that Goshen College, a small historically Mennonite college decided to ban the playing of the US national anthem because it was “too violent”.
The Anglican Church in Canada and the Scottish Episcopal Church have both posted resources for members of their Anglican provinces as they work through their decision making process regarding the Anglican Covenant.
The news sites in Britain and the church blogs are lighting up with the news of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s newest essay in which he attacks the cuts being made to the social welfare nets in England. As the Economist puts it:
Arizona is on fire. Fires in the southeastern and eastern parts of the state, and as of last night in the north very near Flagstaff, are spreading almost unchecked. The largest, the Wallow fire is not contained and is rapidly spreading because of the dry windy conditions. Episcopalians around the state are organizing a response […]
Any account of Celtic monasticism must become an account far more of persons than of institutions. It revolves around the achievements of men and women who have become known to us for the dedication of their lives.