It’s been twenty years since the genocide in Rwanda that set Tutsi against Hutu and killed thousands. Since then, Rwanda has been working hard towards reconciliation, both on a personal and national level. One group in particular–Association Modeste et Innocente– has been giving classes about what reconciliation and restitution means. This work has been chronicled […]
Day: April 7, 2014
For a while now, the opinion writer Joe Nocera at the NY Times has been compiling daily accounts of gun violence in the US, in a blog entitled “Gun Report”. Each day, he lists, in a stark litany, the people reported killed or wounded through gun violence in America, as well as some brief background […]
In the final stage of the court case, the Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of a case, brought by a New Mexico photography studio. The owners of the photography studio declined to photograph the wedding of a gay couple, thus violating New Mexico’s anti-discrimination laws. Thereupon, the owners of the photography studio […]
The priest from the Church of England who asked +Justin Welby the now-famous question on the call-in radio show, has written some reflections on the moment on her blog.
Monday, April 7, 2014 – Week of 5 Lent, Year Two [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 31 (morning) // 35 (evening) Exodus 4:10-20(21-26)27-31 1 Corinthians 14:1-19 Mark 9:30-41 I’m having a hard time imagining a bugle […]