On Memorial Day there is something I can think of that would be an appropriate act of solidarity with those who have sacrificed for the protection of freedom and for the security of our families.
Day: May 27, 2012
The Telegraph gives space today to those who feel that the panel charged with selecting the next Archbishop of Canterbury is dominated by liberals:
From the Anglican Journal: The House of Bishops of the Anglican Province of the Southern Cone has voted not to ratify the election of Archdeacon Michael Pollesel as bishop co-adjutor of the diocese of Uruguay.
Rhonda Mawhood Lee draws from memories of growing up in Montreal, a world of two languages, to reflect on the power of Pentecost:
Psalms 118, 145 Deuteronomy 16:9-12 Acts 4:18-21, 23-33 John 4:19-26 “Sir, I see that you are a prophet.” It has to be one of the greatest understatements in the Gospel. Unfortunately, our reading today starts at the punch line; it’s the discourse preceding this that makes the story of the Samaritan woman at the well, …