Brad Leland of Vox reports that “[a] major section of West Antarctica’s massive ice sheet is melting into the ocean, and it’s unlikely that anything can stop its eventual demise. If so, that will mean even higher sea levels in the centuries ahead.
Day: May 15, 2014
Carolyn Clement, the volunteer web and social media editor for Trinity Episcopal Church in Tarrifville, Connecticut and Laura Catalano, the volunteer web and social media editor for St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church in Creve Coeur, Missouri are urging congregations around the church to participate in Episcopal Social Media Sunday (#SMSunday) on June 29.
Think Progress: “[O]ur right to the free exercise of religion is co-equal to our right to life,” according to the campaign website of Ben Sasse, a Nebraska Republican who won his party’s nomination to the United States Senate on Tuesday. Nebraska is a solid red state that preferred Romney to Obama by a massive 21 […]
Frank Mugisha, executive director of Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) writes about the publication of a new report on the ways in which Uganda has become a harsher place to live since the passage in February of anti-gay legislation that was endorsed by the Anglican Church of Uganda:
‘You have heard that it was said to those of ancient times, “You shall not murder”; and “whoever murders shall be liable to judgement.” But I say to you that if you are angry with a brother or sister, you will be liable to judgement; and if you insult a brother or sister, you will […]
Bishop Michael Curry shares a video of four members of the Diocese of North Carolina who were arrested in the most recent Moral Monday protest in that state. The four are Amanda Smith, a lay person; Jane Holmes and Deb Blackwood, deacons; and Lawrence Womack, a priest.