Today is the feast day of St. Francis. No doubt we all can name several parishes nearby which are conducting services for the blessing of the animals some time this weekend. When I was growing up, all I knew about St. Francis was that I was born in a hospital named after him in Tulsa, …
Day: October 3, 2014
Archbishop Justin Welby is interviewed by Canon Ian Ellis of the Church of Ireland Gazette.
The TREC town meeting was last night. It is taking a while to digest the implications. You can watch it again on-line.
Let me start as I will end this section: I support our LGBT community without condition. Period.
Here is an update on the goings on at General Seminary and further reflection on what the situation means for the rest of the church.
Claiming a religious exemption from things like birth control and gay marriage is a favorite cause of people on that side of the Culture War, but to say “my sandbox, my rules” –which has roots in the white only private schools and clubs that sprung up in the wake of the end of forced segregation–really a plausible argument to protect religious freedom?
Friday, October 3, 2014 – Proper 21, Year Two [Go to Mission St Clare for an online version of the Daily Office including today’s scripture readings.] Today’s Readings for the Daily Office Psalms 102 (morning) // 107:1-32 (evening) Hosea 10:1-15 Acts 21:37-22:16 Luke 6:12-26 As someone born in Montana, I’d much rather search for God …