Maurice Sendak died today, but not before showing us how the wild rumpus starts.
Day: May 8, 2012
The “spiritual but not religious” people in society, while not growing as a percentage of society, do seem to be driving a marked increase in the number of people providing spiritual direction.
I attended a clericus meeting in Arizona today. One of the topics that came up in our free ranging discussion was the changes that have happened to small to medium size churches that used to be able to employ a full time seminary trained priest. What used to be the most common model of parish […]
We covered the demonstration following rejection of any official accommodation of conscience for clergy and laity in the Methodist Church who are supporters of marriage equality last week. But there’s more to what happened than just the demonstration. The Conference decided, after the votes that would have officially admitted a diversity of opinion to cancel […]
Bishop George Packard, arrested during the occupation of Zuccotti park last December, was arrested again over the weekend at the Vietnam Veteran’s memorial in New York City this weekend. He was participating in a protest by the group “Veterans for Peace“.
What happens when the religious leader in a community loses their belief in God? For some it’s a secret they hide. For others it means the end of their vocation. For some it’s a temporary thing. And for some it’s become a reason to seek support from others in a similar state.
…you come to understand what it means to live life in the light cast on it by Jesus, and to live it with the new shadow you are trailing now you are in his light.
by Linda Ryan I’m proud to be part of EfM, Education for Ministry. I’ve been a student and am now a co-mentor to two fine groups of intelligent, inquiring, contributing souls who meet weekly to worship, chat about goings-on in our lives, study and be involved in both theological reflection and a ministry of prayer. […]