The internet has provided a wider circle “to shout our grief into a cruel world, and it helps the world to extend offerings in return.”
Day: June 5, 2015
Most Americans view most denominations favorably and when they feel ready, they would be willing to explore any or all of the churches listed in a recent survey.
We are pleased to announce our new partnership with Faith Reels, a blog that looks at movies and the experience of film through the lens of faith. This week look at “The Connection,” which is the 2015 flip side of that good 1971 suspense thriller, “The French Connection” starring Gene Hackman as New York Detective “Popeye” Doyle.
Craig, Greg, and Liz talk about the shifting identities of the characters in Mad Men and how we attempt to bridge gaps in our multi-generational communities.
Episcopal Café’s former editor, Jim Naughton, is raising funds for Episcopal Relief and Development running with the House of Deputies team. The Café urges you to contribute in his name to thank him for his vision of a progressive church news site. Click here to learn more. Hey, I believe in the work of Episcopal Relief […]
Gratitude is a good thing, but today’s gospel shows how prayers of thanksgiving can go awry.
From time to time we will publish letters from our readers responding to articles posted at the Cafe. In today’s letter George Clifford responds to our stories on the upcoming election of a Presiding Bishop and wonders if we shouldn’t reframe for whom the PB is elected.