Lady Rosalind Runcie, the widow of Lord Robert Runcie the 102nd Archbishop of Canterbury died on Thursday. She was a remarkable woman who always struggled with her role as a clergy spouse and yet is said to have made an “important and vital contribution” to the life of the Church of England
Day: January 14, 2012
The local Erie paper has a long and very well done article on the specifics of the experience and the diocesan response to prevent such sexual abuse from occurring again. Many of the steps that are being taken are being duplicated around the country.
Trinity, Wall Street is hosting a theological conversation on the question of wealth distribution. It’s worth noting because of the significant criticism that they have received because of their unwillingness to open Duarte Park to the Occupy Wall Street Protestors.
An article details the average salary for clergy in various denominations and religions. It’s good to be a rabbi.
I have to consider where sin, repentance, judgment, and redemption play their parts in the floods of my life and the life of the world around me. Where is God in the story, and where are the plans for the boat?