The sermon delivered at the Chapel of Good Shepherd at the General Seminary today by Hershey Andrael Mallette, of the class of 2015.
Day: May 20, 2015
Time magazine and other outlets are reporting Gallup poll’s most recent results, announced Tuesday: 60 percent of Americans support gay marriage, up from 55 percent in 2014: The poll also found that support for same-sex marriage has also reached all-time highs among Americans of all political parties: 76% of Democrats, up from 33% in 1996; […]
The Most Reverend Katharine Jefferts Schori gave the sermon last night for the commencement-eve Baccalaureate Evensong at General Seminary, beginning with the Psalm, 94: O God of vengeance, show yourself. Rise up, O Judge of the world; give the arrogant their just deserts… He who admonishes the nations, will he not punish? He who teaches all […]
In her blog, Theology on the Ground, the Reverend Janine Schenone, priest at All Saints Church in Pasadena, California, takes on the assertion that “liberal mainline churches like the Episcopal Church” are losing membership because they have taken the easy road, theologically. Schenone, who left the Catholic Church for the Episcopal Church, makes the argument […]
Graffiti on the church walls, the Gospel Book destroyed, statues and pew candles smashed and the tabernacle and the reserve sacraments desecrated: Grace Episcopal in Kingston, Pennsylvania, built in 1930, was vandalized on Monday night.
There’s a paradox in the way that the Episcopal Church organizes ministry. How can the example of Melchizedek help all of us claim our share of Christ’s eternal priesthood?