Erik Campano interviews Garry WIlls, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for non-fiction and a National Medal for the Humanities, and author of the very public Why Priests? A Failed Tradition. In his opening question, Campano asks Wills if his thoughts refer to only Roman Catholicism:
Day: March 7, 2013
Ta-Nehisi Coates, a senior editor at The Atlantic, writes in the New York Times as a guest columnist on the frisking of actor Forest Whitaker. Whitaker, an African American, was accused of shoplifting at a deli by an employee and promptly frisked, when in reality he had done nothing.
Members of Trinity Episcopal in Bend, OR were stunned to find their church devastated by an early morning fire. They gathered behind the crime tape and tried to take in the scene. Parishioner Ginger Sanders took this photo:
Anglican Communion News Service reports:
Hold off on too many Biblical comparisons…. From the NYTimes article:
“Then they will hand you over to be tortured and will put you to death, and you will be hated by all nations because of my name.” – Matthew 24:9 NRSV Perpetua and her companions were willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for their belief in the Way of Christ. They were slaughtered in the […]