What do you do with an old iPad? Put it up on eBay and try to recoup some of the original investment? Send it to electronics recycling? Give it to your 10-year-old? Pope Francis’ old iPad brought $30,500 at auction in Uruguay after the Pope gave it to a priest there in hopes that “he […]
Day: April 15, 2015
Tomorrow is Holocaust Remembrance Day, marked around the world. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum explains the commemoration: The internationally recognized date for Holocaust Remembrance Day corresponds to the 27th day of Nisan on the Hebrew calendar. It marks the anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. In Hebrew, Holocaust Remembrance Day is called Yom Hashoah. […]
The Episcopal News Service has just published a story on the challenges and resilience of Christians, a persecuted minority in Pakistan – just 1.5 percent of a population of 180 million, many imprisoned, falsely accused, harrassed and killed by extremist elements of a Muslim majority. Particularly recently: Last month, two bomb blasts in a Christian […]
The Reverend Nurya Love Parish grew up unchurched, called to ministry in the Unitarian Universalist Church, educated at Harvard Divinity. Rachel Held Evans grew up in the Bible Belt, an evangelical Christian, an author of theological books. Both were the daughters of college professors. Both have found their places in The Episcopal Church, Parish as […]
Do you remember your dreams from last night? Today we explore what God struggles to reveal through the depths of our subconscious mind.