Day: October 14, 2013

What I Can Say

To paint is a mysterious and individual act which could almost be self-sufficient due to the intimacy of the approach: painting is so personal and sensitive that no words can tell or explain a piece of work. Thus, it is difficult to speak about it, to expose it, to promote it… What I can say—and …

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Executive Council meets this week

If there is no solution except for UTO to become totally subsumed into the DFMS, then this tells TREC that there is no way to reconfigure the Episcopal Church making it more a network of nationally active Episcopal Church related agencies and less a centralized regulatory system for management.

Bartolmé de las Casas Day?

Dominican friar, writer, and advocate for the humane treatment of the indigenous people of the Americas, was one of the most important religious figures of the 16th-century Spanish world.

From the streets to being the best mom

… there are also women (and men) selling sex voluntarily. But the notion that the sex industry is a playground of freely consenting adults who find pleasure in their work is delusional self-flattery by johns. Sex trafficking is one of the most severe human rights violations in America today. In some cases, it amounts to a modern form of slavery.

Partial to Love

Monday, October 14, 2013 — Week of Proper 23, Year One [Go to Mission St Clare for an online version of the Daily Office including today’s scripture readings.] Today’s Readings for the Daily Office: Psalms 1, 2, 3 (morning) // 4, 7 (evening) Jeremiah 36:11-26 1 Corinthians 13:(1-3)4-13 Matthew 10:5-15 I used to think that …

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