Archbishop Deng Bul, the Primate of the Episcopal Church of the Sudan, has written to the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church to withdraw her invitation to visit Sudan this spring. He cites the Episcopal Church’s support of gay and lesbian Christians as the cause.
Day: December 17, 2011
Bishop George Packard and the Rev. John Merz were arrested this afternoon at Duarte Square.
Social media, particularly Twitter and Facebook, is seen as the vehicle which is making the Arab Spring and the #Occupy movement possible. The sense is that ideas being expressed online are going “viral”, being shared and re-shared in exponentially explosive fashion, and leaping into our collective consciousness. The massive street protests and the regimes being […]
“We need more; you have more,” one protester, Amin Husain, 36, told a Trinity official on Thursday, during an impromptu sidewalk exchange between clergy members and demonstrators. “We are coming to you for sanctuary.”
The Chapter of Trinity Cathedral in the city of Pittsburgh, PA has voted to end its dual relationship with both the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh and and the Anglican Church of North America. It is now exclusively the cathedral of the Episcopal diocese.
Ps. 55; PM: Ps. 138, 139:1-17 (18-23) Zechariah 8:9-17 Revelation 6:1-17 Matthew 25:31-46 ‘When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, then he will sit on the throne of his glory. All the nations will be gathered before him, and he will separate people one from another as […]