From Religion News Service: The “Nuns on the Bus” are back from their 6,800-mile trek across the U.S., but their hardest job may be yet to come: convincing the Republican-led House to pass immigration reform.
Day: July 25, 2013
From the BBC: The Archbishop of Canterbury has warned the online lender Wonga that the Church of England plans to force it out of business – by competing against it.
Does your church have a bookstore? Ours does, where we sell books, prayer beads, baptism gifts, cards and more. Carrie Graves, president of the Episcopal Booksellers Association, writes about why that’s important, even if the enterprise is not a money maker:
Marilyn Sewell, a Unitarian minister, is troubled that churches have not taken up arms in the battle against climate change. Writing at Huffington Post, she says: