The national Episcopal Church and its S.C. parishes proposed a settlement with a breakaway group earlier this month that would have ended litigation over $500 million worth of property. That offer was rejected today.
Day: June 15, 2015
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, K Street James Kiefer, an amateur Church biographer who worked as a mathematician, passed away on April 18th, 2015. His biographies are collected in several places, including a Rowan university site curated by Darren Provine, and on the website of The Society of Archbishop Justus. Provine shared Kiefer’s obituary with the Practical […]
Women who go to war are almost as likely to commit suicide as their male colleagues; and far more likely than women who don’t serve. How can churches help men and women adjust to civilian life after experiencing the horrors of war?
Archbishop Justin Welby’s speech on the Magna Carta, the role that the Church played, and his prayer for a higher standard of human respect and dignity.
Is mindfulness an appropriate practice, removed from Buddhist tradition? Is it appropriative? Do you practice it and benefit?
Knowing that the things we hate in others are also the things we hate in ourselves can help us develop compassion both for them and for ourselves. If you have been judgmental like Eli, then do what he did and stop judging others. Instead of judgment, offer a blessing instead.