UPDATE #5: The name of the apparent shooter, who was found dead in a wooded area near the church, was released this afternoon. The latest from the Baltimore Sun:
Day: May 3, 2012
The Rev. Susan Brown Snook has a new series on her blog, looking at whether or not The Episcopal Church is a sinking ship.
The Episcopal Diocese of Georgia announced May 3 that the Episcopal Church has resolved the remaining issues with Christ Church Anglican, the group that separated from the Episcopal Church several years ago but which remained in the church building on Johnson Square in Savannah until last December according to
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(New York, NY)—St. Mark’s Church-in-the-Bowery is one of 40 New York landmark’s chosen to compete for a portion of $3 million in grant money marked for historic preservation projects through Partners in Preservation. Today St. Mark’s launches a new social media campaign to publicize its competition.
In The New York Times:
Hi folks. Efforts to resolve the Cafe’s server problems continue. The Lead seems to be working. We aren’t so sure about the comments. You may be under the impression that some of your comments have been lost, but we are under the impression that they still live on a server to which you are not […]
Sometimes I am asked: “Do you like (–or know—or trust–) the African?” My answer is always, “No.” I do not like the African: but I love many Africans very dearly. I do not know or trust the African: but I know and trust hundreds of Africans as my closest friends. You cannot love an abstraction: […]