As you pray through the forty days of Lent, I encourage you to attend to the needs of those with the least around the world. I would invite you to study, both about how human beings live in other parts of the world and our own responsibility as Christians. ~Jefferts Schori
Day: February 16, 2012
The bishops who serve dioceses in the state of Washington both support the newly passed and signed law for marriage equality according to
Some interesting parallels and contrasts between the discussions about re-structuring in the Episcopal Church and the United Methodist Church. (see also Daily Episcopalian and the Video blog on the Café this week – as we offer more thoughts on restructure and the Episcopal Church.)
Is there any straightforward way to get your name on the Mormons’ “Do Not Baptize” list?
…[T]hrough the luminous brightness that shone from the face of the Lord on the mount the thrice-blessed apostles were secretly led in an ineffable and unknowable manner to the power and glory of God which is completely incomprehensible to every being, for they learnt that the light that appeared to their senses is a symbol …