Check the lighting where you will be sitting, as shadows can throw your face into darkness as you speak: very disconcerting. Make sure the background is pleasant: you don’t want a Search Committee seeing you in your kitchen or a cluttered study.
Day: March 12, 2013
The House of Bishops meeting at Kanuga have issued A Word the Church: Godly Leadership in the Face of Violence.
Faith leaders condemn Republican 2013 budget proposals.
A man in a coffee shop asks Bishop Tom Shaw: “Did anybody thank you for getting out of bed yet today, Tom?”
The Denver Post reports: The Colorado House voted 39-26 Tuesday to allow gay couples to form civil unions despite protests from Republicans that the issue will wind up in court because it doesn’t offer religious exemptions.
As Catholic leaders gather in Rome to select a new pope and as the Senate Judiciary Committee resumes its markup of gun bills, leaders of diverse faiths in the U.S. are taking action today to demand that Congress pass common-sense gun law reforms to prevent the gun violence that claims the lives of 33 Americans every day.
Confession is not a medicine leading to recovery. If we could recover – if we could say that beginning tomorrow or the week after next we would be well again – why then, all we would need to do would be apologize, not confess.