How shall we live once we realize that everything belongs to God?
Day: July 11, 2014
In the midst of debate about immigrant children crossing the U.S. border from Central America, the Rev. Gay Clark Jennings notes that “the baby Jesus survived Herod’s massacre because his parents took him across a border to a land where he was safe. Just like parents in Central America who are sending their children away, […]
Episcopal Youth Event started yesterday at Villanova University in Philadelphia. Here is the sermon given by the Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers, canon for missional vitality in the Diocese of Long Island at the opening Eucharist.
by Linda Ryan Like a lot of other people, I’ve been reading and watching various reports and commentaries on the recent Hobby Lobby case. The Supreme Court voted 5-4 that Hobby Lobby should have the right to refuse to cover birth control for its employees on the grounds that it violates their (Hobby Lobby’s, or […]
The Church of England no longer invests in Wonga, the UK’s largest payday lender, whom the Archbishop of Canterbury criticized last year for unethical practices.
As the 2015 General Convention draws closer it may be time for another look at three scenarios describing how executive authority over the day to day operations of the Episcopal Church might be constituted.
Psalm 119:129-136 Proverbs 2:1-9 Philippians 2:12-16 Luke 14:27-33 Today we commemorate St. Benedict of Nursia, regarded as the father of western monasticism. In the rule for his community, Benedict wrote: “Let all guests who arrive be received like Christ, for He is going to say, ‘I came as a guest, and you received Me’ (Matt. […]