The Society of Catholic Priests has marked the occasion by posting photos of the historic meeting.
Day: March 23, 2015
Advocates have called for important reforms in how police departments manage and publish data concerning shootings of citizens, largely spurred by a string of high-profile shooting deaths. Will the initiative succeed if advocates and the public at large loses interest?
Sunday school attendance is down, and many of the programs seem to be failing at engaging children in worship and faith. Can we fix it? Does it need fixing?
Image from Joni & Friends The Columbus Dispatch profiles how several churches provide worship with and for parishioners who have disabilities. Some of the ways that these churches serve their congregations include: Headphones to reduce sensory overload during service for people with cognitive disabilities. Including and acknowledging the outburst of a child on the autism […]
Dinisio Lind, carillonneur at the Riverside Church of New York City, is the subject of a beautifully photographed profile from the weekend NY Times. Lind is an active 84 year old who easily clambers over the catwalks and ladders between his 21st floor office and the still higher cabinet where he plays.
The Episcopal Church has released a comprehensive report assessing the Church’s work to combat racism, internally and externally. Does it give you hope? What does the report miss? What does the Church seem to be doing well?
Ever wonder why you’ve been made the way you are? Today’s Speaking to the Soul encourages us to ask.