Excerpted from an article on DNAinfo.com by Jeff Mays:
Day: October 3, 2012
She purely and succinctly lived one quote I will never forget, “you can’t sell soap if you don’t take baths.”
Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori and the Rev. Gay Clark Jennings, President of the House of Deputies, have announced their appointments to the Standing Commissions of General Convention, as well as other bodies that help shape the policies and practices of the Episcopal Church.
The Diocese of Connecticut is going to give it a try. What do you think of their plan?
Changes made during and after the United Methodist Church’s 2012 General Conference, according to the final report of the Call to Action Interim Operations Team, are insufficient to address the challenges the denomination faces.
Bon Smietana of USA Today writes of the growing popularity of Unitarian Universalist congregations in the US:
ThinkProgress ponders “5 Questions that should be asked at the Presidential debate but probably won’t be“, along with their analysis of each question. Here is their list:
Jesus’ message of generosity and inclusion still stretches us to the breaking point.
by Donald Schell Part 1 of 3 Through the run-up to the1960 election our evangelical church pastor warned us repeatedly that if America elected a Roman Catholic president he would be taking orders from the Vatican. Catholics, he said, had to obey the Pope, so they weren’t like us Christians who acknowledged no authority but […]