Cathy Lynn Grossman at USA Today looks at the people who go back to the church of their youth. They are not converts, she calls them “reverts.”
Day: April 10, 2012
Grace Episcopal Church in Charlestown, VA, held their Easter worship in a local synagogue this week.
A member of the Crown Nominations Commission, psychiatrist Dr. Glynn Harrison, believes that therapy might work for clergy and others with “unwanted” same sex attraction.
BIshop Pierre Whalon says that it is both naive and impossible to separate religion and politics.
Bosco Peters on Liturgy points us to a fascinating lecture by Fr. John Behr, Dean of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Seminary in New York. Behr believes that the early church communities that were the most diverse–catholic–were what came to be known as orthodox.
It makes me wonder. How different might my life and my faith have been had I been raised in a family with such practices?