Episcopal blogger, Nurya Love Parish has recently completed a guide to help Christians interested in developing a sustainable and ethical relationship towards food and is inviting everyone to download it at her blog
Day: March 29, 2015
Homeless people who inhabit St Peters Square were invited for a private tour of the Vatican this week and were met by the Pope in the Sistine Chapel
Two recent articles, at NBC news and the Washington Post, inspired by the work of political scientist and author Robert Putnam (best known for his book Bowling Alone) have looked into the idea that declining religious participation is potentially a contributing factor to the rising wealth-gap.
by John G. Panagiotou This article originally appeared on the website of the Orthodox Institute of America “Where your treasure is there will your heart be also.” These words of Jesus have resonated within the hearts of people for two thousand years. What was Jesus talking about? What do Jesus, the Bible, and the Church […]
“I never let go of the notion that a feeble human being could commune directly with the power behind all we see and know, like a surfer cascading across a wall of water pitched up along the shoreline by the fathomless ocean. “
All we really have for Holy Week and beyond is the presence of a God who stands with us and who has prayed all the desperate, unanswered prayers that we too have prayed. He is there, hanging on a tree.