An argument arose among them as to which one of them was the greatest. 47But Jesus, aware of their inner thoughts, took a little child and put it by his side, 48and said to them, ‘Whoever welcomes this child in my name welcomes me, and whoever welcomes me welcomes the one who sent me; for …
Day: August 8, 2014
Canon Andrew White, the “Vicar of Baghdad,” knows firsthand the dire situation faced by Christians in Iraq. From Anglican Communion News Service:
by George Clifford Part 1 of 2 Incredibly, TEC started only three new churches in 2012, the last year for which data is available according to research by the parish in the Diocese of Arizona). Jim Naughton, reporting Snook’s research at the Episcopal Café Charting a Theological Confluence: Theology and Interfaith Relations and Ethical Musings.
Rebecca Solnit has written a column for The Guardian called “To my dismal allies on the US left”, and while she is discussing secular politics, some of what she has to say may resonate with people who are active on justice issues within the Episcopal Church. What bothers her, she writes, “is not an analysis, …
STATEMENT FROM THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY ON IRAQ The horrific events in Iraq rightly call our attention and sorrow yet again. Christians and other religious minorities are being killed and face terrible suffering.