This year’s awards benefit “a growing Christian base community movement … started by Latino immigrants in Greensboro, North Carolina”; the development of a preaching curriculum for all of God’s people; a network of “Innovative Leadership Rounds”; and a restorative justice process to receive Iñupiaq stories of abuse, loss, and spirituality, and to help those communities “connect their traditional practices with their Christian faith.”
Day: May 26, 2015
“Across the church right now, diocese by diocese, we are holding these days about alcohol and drug addiction. We are now treating the issue as opportunity to learn how to really respond pastorally, in-depth. And as we teach the clergy how to ask the harder questions, they are learning.”
An estimated 600 people from over 40 faith congregations gathered in Cleveland, Ohio this lunchtime to call for comprehensive criminal justice reform
“Companion Links” by which diocese across the globe support one another in mission and discipleship, “should become the heartbeat of each diocese,” according to Archbishop Fred Hiltz, of the Anglican Church of Canada. Hiltz was speaking at a meeting of companion dioceses held earlier this month in Tanzania. Leaders from 11 dioceses shared stories of […]
A group whose membership comprises around a third of Ireland’s Catholic priests has said that the “Yes” to marriage equality won by a popular referendum last week means that the people are no longer listening to moralizing sermons from the church – and that they are “absolutely delighted.”
As we pray the Creed this Trinity Sunday, as we say: “I believe in the Holy Spirit,” we proclaim that there is a living God infused in us propelling us forward in his service. We declare that in the Spirit we are born again… that we are one with The Three.