Citizens and local leaders met across a table for questions, answers, sweet tea and lemonade at an event designed to create dialogue about important local issues.
Day: April 13, 2013
The Mormon church is flinching from a backlash caused by their public stand against marriage equality
Pope Francis has appointed a group of Cardinals to study reforming the Roman Catholic Church.
Then Nebuchadnezzar was so filled with rage against Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego that his face was distorted. He ordered the furnace to be heated up seven times more than was customary, and ordered some of the strongest guards in his army to bind Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego and to throw them into the furnace of […]
Francine Wheeler, whose son Ben was murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary School, pleaded for common sense legislation to reduce gun violence in the President’s weekly radio address this morning. The Wheelers are members of Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown, Connecticut.
Jonathan Winters died yesterday. An Episcopalian, he often helped support various ministries with his comic talents. In 1982 he did a public service spot on preventing domestic violence. Prior Aelred notes on Facebook: I mourn the passing of fellow Episcopalian, Jonathan Winters — I’m so old that I remember his joke, “I’m an Episcopalian. That’s […]
by Linda Ryan Every man must do two things alone; he must do his own believing and his own dying. — Martin Luther According to the US Census Bureau there are an estimated 7,071,341,675 people on this planet at this minute. Oops. Another minute is gone and the total has changed to 7,071,341,912. That’s an […]