This morning in Salt Lake City Episcopalians Against Gun Violence gathered before Sunday Eucharist at General Convention to witness against the culture of violence in the United States. Led by Bishops Against Gun Violence, 60 bishops and many others attending #GC78 marched through the streets of the city. The Living Church has the story About 1,500 people […]
Day: June 28, 2015
In the wake of the Supreme Court ruling on marriage, General Convention’s debates of marriage resolutions, Bishop Hollingsworth issued these guidelines on marriage in the Diocese of Ohio: Dear sisters and brothers in Christ, The decision of the Supreme Court to reverse the Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in the Obergefell case makes […]
In the Magazine this month, we’re exploring the lived experience of marriage from within and without. In this post, Nathan Paxton looks at the problems inherent in marriage and wonders whether marriage is good enough for love.
Although very few of us have actually gone out to chase cantankerous wayward donkeys, what they represent is a common occurrence in life–that whole business of thinking our focus is on a specific task in life–yet, in the end, something else happens, and it turns out that what ultimately happened was actually the true focus in the story.