“[F]or the saints of God are just folks like me, and I mean to be one too.”** That sounds like a goal to work towards not just today but for the rest of my life. I’ll never be a Saint, or even probably a very good saint, but the attempt might help make the world […]
Day: October 31, 2014
A Presbyterian asks Roman Catholics a questions that should be asked of all denominations: how well does the Church care for divorced (and divorcing) persons?
Iran, the world’s only theocracy, has becomes the world’s least religious countries.
A continuation of the conversation arising from the presiding bishop’s recent remarks on new models for the formation of leaders.
The Anglican Communion, through the International Anglican Women’s Network, is participating int in “16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence” from November 25 to December 10, 2014.
My initial thought is that it truly axiomatic that you can never be prepared for a situation like this. Crises, by definition, are almost always unexpected. But it wasn’t so much the fact that the situation was a crisis; it was instead the extraordinary and unexpected level of pain and fear that came with the tragic news.
Friday, October 31, 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 40, 54 (morning) // 51 (evening) Ecclesiasticus 34:1-8, 18-22 Revelation 13:1-10 Luke 12:13-31 Today Jesus tells a parable about a man who […]