by Eric Bonetti Do you attend a parish that’s large enough to have multiple employees? If so, you’re lucky—many churches these days have few employees beyond an administrator and clergy, and there’s no guarantee that these are full-time positions. But how effective are those employees? Do you provide a nurturing environment where employees can grow […]
Day: August 14, 2014
O God, who have taken to yourself the blessed Virgin Mary, mother of your incarnate Son: Grant that we, who have been redeemed by his blood, may share with her the glory of your eternal kingdom; through your Son Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy […]
After almost nine years blogging at the Episcopal Café and its predecessors, I have decided to pursue a new project. The news blogging team and I haven’t determined whether it is time to close the Café, and we’d like to hear from some of you before we make that decision.
Like many other people, we are trying to make sense of the frightening and deeply trouble events unfolding in Ferguson, Missouri in the wake of a Ferguson police officer shooting Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, to death on Saturday. Like many other people we are shocked by what seems an extreme overreaction on the […]