An Anglican Archbishop who also served as New Zealand’s first Maori Governor-General, has died. He was 78. Sir Paul Reeves was the Primate of New Zealand in the early eighties and then was appointed by Her Majesty the Queen to serve as Governor General of New Zealand where he was able to build unique bridges […]
Day: August 13, 2011
The Rev. Lacy Largent, whom many in the Episcopal Church know through her ministry at Camp Allen, is featured in an article that talks about her “other” ministry, that of a chaplain to seafarers at the Port of Houston.
As England takes stock of where it finds itself as the riots this week seem to be calming down, there’s a great deal of discussion online about how to best respond the actions. Should the state take a hard line against the rioters and their families (in the case of minors)? Should the state respond […]
The Bishop of New Jersey led a service at St. Peter’s in Perth Amboy NJ that was part of an effort to make up for past indifference and domination of others.
“After I had returned to Jerusalem and while I was praying in the temple, I fell into a trance and saw Jesus saying to me, ‘Hurry and get out of Jerusalem quickly, because they will not accept your testimony about me.’ And I said, ‘Lord, they themselves know that in every synagogue I imprisoned and […]