An inspiring story from the San Francisco Chronicle highlights the vital ministry of hospital chaplains:
Day: December 27, 2012
Bishop Jane Holmes Dixon, who died Christmas Day, was “seen as a warm, empathetic mentor, particularly to female lay leaders and clergy in the Episcopal Church, which has wrestled in recent decades with rifts over gender roles, sexuality and biblical literacy,” the Washington Post reports today.
Whether you have seen or plan to see the new movie “Les Miserables,” whether you loved the movie or hated it, Victor Hugo’s classic has spiritual implications worth pondering. At CNN’s religion blog, the Rev. Danielle Elizabeth Tumminio, Episcopal priest and author of “God and Harry Potter at Yale: Teaching Faith and Fantasy Fiction in …
Schism is “like a death in the family,”says a woman in South Carolina who left her congregation when her congregation left the Episcopal Church. But Episcopalians in South Carolina loyal to the national church are soldiering on. From the Augusta Chronicle:
… the honoring of St. John the Apostle and Evangelist might most appropriately be expressed as a remembering not of that man, that person, but of the fact of God alive in our midst, a God who forms relationships with each one of us, not just with his first disciples.