In a blogpost just published tonight, the eight forcibly-resigned General Theological Seminary faculty gave the first status update on the negotiations with the Board of Trustees on their reinstatement since these negotiations began approximately a week ago. According to the statement, negotiations have halted around the idea of an ombudsman.
Day: October 27, 2014
Emmy Kegler, a soon-to-be-ordained pastor in the ELCA, and Eric Worringer, an ordained pastor, have written a blog post that asks an important question: Do we have a ‘Nadia Problem?’
Africa Israel, a major real estate holding company, held an event yesterday to announce that it would no longer participate in building projects in East Jerusalem or the West Bank. According to the CEO, Oren Hod, “We are not building beyond the Green Line.”
Yesterday, in his regular email communication to the diocese, the Rt. Rev. Scott Benhase speculated on the role social media has played in the on-going events at General Theological Seminary.
Bishop Douglas Fisher, of Western Massachusetts, has announced his intention to travel around each part of his diocese, beginning with a 60 mile tour of Worcester County. There is nothing so much remarkable about that, save his intention to do it by foot.
by Linda Ryan I have a small book of quotations I’ve come across at various times and on various topics. It was inspired by Jan Karon’s Patches of Godlight: Father Tim’s Favorite Quotes which gave me the idea to begin my own favorite quotes book. I used one of those little black-and-white composition books, small …
Monday, October 27, 2014 – Proper 25, 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 41, 52 (morning) // 44 (evening) Ecclesiasticus 19:4-17 Revelation 11:1-14 Luke 11:14-26 Yesterday I drove past a political billboard that I’m dying …