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Day: November 12, 2012
Sorry, but when you come across this headline, you can’t pass the story by.
Retired priest, 80, bit 81-year-old fellow clergyman’s ear off in fight over parking space
If his handlers at Lambeth Castle allow him to go on tweeting, @Bishopofdurham is going need a new handle. Do the readers of Episcopal Cafe have some helpful suggestions?
The indefatigable Warren Throckmorton, whose reporting on the anti-gay legislation that has been in and out of consideration by the Ugandan parliament, suggests that it may once again be time for concern.
To tell our story to contemporary audiences, we must baptize the tools and techniques that other organizations use to spread their message, inform their members, influence society, raise money, and engender the devotion and enthusiasm necessary to sustain their communities.
A small group of persons representing the breadth of the Diocese has agreed to recruit persons to form a Steering Committee to undertake preparation for a meeting of the Diocesan Convention within the next few months. This follows the pattern set by other dioceses where the former bishop and lay and clergy leaders had left the church.
“The Episcopal Church has made very clear that discrimination is unacceptable,” he says. “Speaking as an American citizen, it would be hard for me to imagine why we would want to say to one group of American citizens that they do not have the same rights as other citizens.”
In some sense, the scriptural witness gives us the same freedom as life itself. Here we have two catastrophes. Both are interpreted as acts of judgment upon a sinful people. In one the prophet mourns; in the other, there is rejoicing.