Day: August 7, 2014

Life Is Not an Error

Today is the feast of St. Dominic, founder of the Order of Preachers, who died in 1221. The story is told that in 1206 Dominic, then a young priest living as a cathedral canon under the Rule of St. Benedict and serving as his bishop’s secretary, traveled with the bishop through southern France in the […]

Charlotte wrote. Lego listened.

Not long ago, a young girl named Charlotte wrote to the folks at Lego: I am 7 years old and I have LEGOs, but I don’t like that there are more LEGO boy people and barely any LEGO girls. Today I went to a store and saw LEGOs in two sections…All the girls did was […]

If you must read a Mark Driscoll article, maybe this is the one

We haven’t had anything to say about the various controversies surrounding evangelical pastor Mark Driscoll partly because the rest of the internet has been say so much, and partly because we haven’t seen an Episcopal angle in any of his ongoing controversies. However, the Rev. Erik Parker, who blogs as The Millennial Pastor, has written […]

Following the news with the Jerusalem and Middle East Church Association

If you haven’t heard of the Jerusalem and Middle East Church Association, now would be a good time to familiarize yourself. The situation of Christians in various parts of the Middle East is desperate at the moment, and the JMECA news page is a good way to learn about the situation from an Anglican point […]