A report from the Episcopal News Service quotes several American bishops’ opinions on the recent appointment of Josiah Idowu-Fearon, a Nigerian bishop, as Secretary General of the Anglican Communion Office.
Day: April 9, 2015
In the wake of Arkansas House Bill 1228, and Act 137, which would prohibit local governments from enacting anti-discrimination ordinances, Bishop Larry Benfield in the Diocese of Arkansas continues to speak out against discriminatory legislation in the name of “religious liberty”: It is important to remember that the dust has not indeed settled. The governor’s […]
From the New York Times: A growing number of airline passengers, particularly on trips between the United States and Israel, are now sharing stories of conflicts between ultra-Orthodox Jewish men trying to follow their faith and women just hoping to sit down. Several flights from New York to Israel over the last year have been […]
Thursday of Easter Week Sluggish with sleepiness I watch the clouds turn salmon and dusky purple and begin to glow in predawn resplendence. It occurs to me that I need to order gold leaf today, and I reach for a pen and paper to make a list: buy toilet paper and tomato juice at the […]