Do you expect breastfeeding moms in your parish to take encouragement from Pope Francis about feeding their babies during church services? Or is nursing a baby already perfectly OK at your church? From the Columbus Dispatch:
Day: January 18, 2014
I believe fresh, healthy food is a gift from God. I pray for a future in which everyone has access to good food, and knows what to do with it. And I believe Michael Pollan is doing God’s work in the world, encouraging us all to cook. Pollan writes that cooking “is the most important …
Tim Tebow may have greased “Phil 4:13” onto his face, but Jonathan Merritt at Religion News Service takes issue with those who interpret this verse from Philippians (“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me”) as God’s rock solid promise that we can achieve anything we dream of achieving. He writes:
Here’s an inspired fundraising idea: The choir at Trinity Cathedral in Portland is going to sing every hymn in the Episcopal hymnal tomorrow. From the Oregonian:
After breakfast Jesus initiates a conversation with Peter, a rather serious one. “Peter, do you love me?” I bet Peter never saw that one coming, any more than anyone would when someone asks them that same question
As the 2014 begins, many of us make resolutions of things we want to do (or not do!) this year. Our memories can transform life’s moments from disconnected dots into a ray, a trajectory anchored by birth at one end. What is the trajectory of your life, i.e., toward what (or whom) is your life aimed? In other words, what is your spiritual anamnesis?