Jesus the Homeless, a sculpture by Canadian artist, Timothy Schmalz, still manages to bless and upset folks. And it has now ventured across the Atlantic in it’s first installation in Europe.
Day: June 13, 2015
High school sweethearts, married for 10 years and parents of children, Nick & Sarah Jensen claim that if same-gendered marriage is legalized in Australia, they will no longer recognize the government’s regulation of marriage and that they will divorce.
The Anglican-Old Catholic International Co-ordinating Council met in Zurich Switzerland the last few days of May. The Council is made up of representatives of both the Anglican Communion and the Old Catholic Churches of the Union of Utrecht. At the end of a productive meeting the Council issued a communiqué summing up their work. Unlike another recent communique, there were no threats or cries that the sky was falling.
Jesus wasn’t running across the street or from next door, but he was challenging authority, or, at least, people who felt they had the authority to call him to heel when it came to teaching, preaching, and passing on the good news.