Catholic author and columnist Michael Coren found his way from the Catholic church for which he was a voice to the Anglican church, finding both harsh criticism and spiritual relief. He writes about his religious migration in the Anglican Journal: While I never swayed from Catholic theology—and continue in my adherence—I began to question, then […]
Day: September 16, 2015
Archbishop invites Primates to Canterbury, says all options on the table for remaking the Communion
… the trait to see beauty even in the midst of death and destruction, the ability to make beauty out of nearly nothing, and to raise others up into beauty makes us both fully human and in touch with the divine.
The Episcopal Church in Mississippi posted the following confirmation on Facebook at 1:32 p.m. on September 14: Dear Friends, It has been confirmed that the professor killed in the shooting at Delta State University is Dr. Ethan Schmidt, a parishioner at Calvary Church in Cleveland. Please keep Calvary’s rector, The Rev. Sylvia Czarnetzky, the congregation, […]
He wasn’t exactly preaching to the choir, and Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders acknowledged that from the start on September 14 when he gave a speech at Virginia’s conservative religious college, Liberty University, founded by Jerry Falwell: …let me start off by acknowledging what I think all of you already know. And that is the […]