In an OnTop Magazine summarizes Haggard’s points:
Day: October 23, 2012
And that in turn raises the question of what holds the Anglican Communion together – given that we delight in not having any tooth-endowed centralised authority nor any single teaching magisterium. Indeed, if we attempted to do either, I can be sure that Scotland would be there to vote it down. ~++Chillingworth
I am new to the fact that biodiversity and climate neutrality are central issues that lead conversations, community values and a liberal arts education. I am new to the fact that local restaurants like Taps Tavern in Poultney, Vermont pay more to have their hamburgers created from local cattle. I am equally shocked that local people actually ask where the meat comes from.
From the Traces of the Trade, slavery in the northeastern U.S. and the story of a slave-trading family.
The Rt. Rev. Sam Hulsey was visiting a church in Fort Worth when the Lay Eucharistic Minister’s dog took over the bishop’s chair. How did the bishop react? Photos follow:
Readings for the feast day of St. James, October 23: Morning: Psalm 119:145-168 Jeremiah 11:18-23 Matthew 10:16-22 Evening: Psalm 112, 125 Isaiah 65:17-25 Hebrews 12:12-24 You know, it had to be tough being James, the brother of Jesus. Although miles of manuscript have been written debating just how James is the brother of Jesus, and […]