From the New York Daily News: The Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn is spending $60,000 on a new ad campaign billing the Son of God as “The Original Hipster” — an ad that features Christ in a pair of red (and untied!) Converse sneakers poking out from under his robes.
Day: April 25, 2013
Researchers from Florida State and Brown Universities have analyzed census data to compile a list of the country’s most segregated cities, accompanied by maps showing which neighborhoods are the most segregated. Detroit, MI, is No. 1, followed by Milwaukie, WI, and New York, NY. Is your hometown on this list? What do you think contributes […]
Interesting thoughts on terrorism and religious affiliation from Juan Cole, professor at the University of Michigan, whose blog focuses on the Middle East, history and religion:
I’m suffering some serious endowment envy after reading today that Trinity Wall Street estimates its assets to be in the $2 billion range. From the New York Times:
Everyday Mysteries. With others she manages a website for the Diocese of Colorado highlighting congregations’ creative ministries:
by Maria L. Evans All my hope on God is founded; he doth still my trust renew, me through change and chance he guideth, only good and only true. God unknown, he alone calls my heart to be his own. –“All my hope on God is founded,” #665, The Hymnal, 1982 I’ll let you in […]