The Rev Cameron Partridge, Episcopal chaplain at Boston University describes a day spent in lockdown. One of my family’s favorite books, The Napping House begins, “there is a house, a napping house, where everyone is sleeping.” I may be the only one awake here on this bizarrely quiet late Friday afternoon. Our three year old …
Day: April 19, 2013
As the Rhode Island Senate nears a vote on marriage equality, a myriad of religious groups and leaders have rallied and are working to see the legislation passed.
The Boy Scouts of America will propose removing the ban on gays as youth members but continue to bar gays from adult leadership.
The Rev. Samuel T. Lloyd III, Priest in Charge of Trinity Church, Copley Square writes to his congregation in the midst of the lockdown and manhunt in Boston and surrounding communities.
Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori a statement today on the US Senate Introduction of Comprehensive Immigration Reform.
For me these stories are narrative pictures of how Jesus can restore us to health and community.
by Scott Petersen I laced up my running shoes Tuesday morning. Here in Georgia as the morning began to heat up I ran defiantly. I ran my four mile route on Tuesday morning because Monday night, the news of Boston began to dribble across my facebook page. The TV news was no better. Like the …