The Reverend Danielle Tumminio, Episcopal priest and chaplain at the Groton School in Massachusetts, spent an afternoon in the midst of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, after being invited to be a “singing guest” with them after she expressed interested in writing about the ensemble: My original intention was to describe what it was like to […]
Day: August 5, 2015
“Race relations in America were good, and on this black-and-white America generally and pretty overwhelmingly agreed. Whatever the heady admixture of ideas and emotions that produced that data, that picture of America in 2009 is now orphaned.”
A Los Angeles Times interview with “Father” Alice Callaghan, former Catholic nun, now Episcopal priest and advocate for the homeless in Los Angeles, is the prompt for a discussion at the Burbank Leader‘s In Theory about cities’ responsibilities toward their homeless populations. In the L.A. Times story, Callaghan talks about Los Angeles’ approach to homelessness […]
The Vatican Observatory has been studying space since the 16th century, according to the Huffington Post, and the scientists there are as interested in the discovery of a possible Earth-like planet last month, Kepler 452B, as anyone. It does raise theological questions as well as astronomical ones: The Rev. José Gabriel Funes, an astronomer who […]
At God’s table we are always welcome, always worthy. May we never get tired of hearing that, or of making it so.