Owain Johnston-Barnes writes in The Royal Gazette online that the two candidates for the Anglican Bishop of Bermuda would “work to unify the church and encourage it to grow if elected to the post next month”. Archdeacon Andrew Doughty said:
Day: January 16, 2013
This week, NPR’s Morning Edition has been explores the “nones” — Americans who say they don’t identify with any religion. This echoes the Episcopal Cafe post “None” but not “atheist” from this past weekend.
Jaweed Kaleem writes on Huffington Post that training in notifiying someone of a death, an often overlooked part of a job, is starting to be more valued:
(President Obama has since unveiled his gun-control proposals, via The Washington Post)
UPDATED: see below From the Diocesan News of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts:
In Christ, God creates a new community, a new world. It is a world that eschews violence, symbolized by the central image of Jesus on the cross. Jesus soaks up violence and injustice, and returns only love. He is raised into the resurrection life of God’s power exercised through love, to create a new community of generosity and equality. That is God’s gift. In the church, unlike the world, all are equal