Several Primates of the Anglican Churches from the Global South have concluded a meeting in Cairo where they announced that they would accept the Archbishop of Canterbury’s invitation to meet in the UK next year. They also welcomed the Anglican Church of North America (even though it is in the global North) into the fold […]
Day: October 19, 2015
Drought has revealed a 450-year old Mexican church in Chiapas, bringing visitors who want to see the ancient structure. Although the images are stunning, it can’t be good news for a region of Mexico which has suffered greatly over the last twenty years; local farmers have struggled to compete with imported produce. The church was built […]
Photo from conference by Kristin Murphy, Deseret News KSL of Salt Lake City, Utah, reported on the Inaugural Women’s Assembly at Parliament of the World’s Religions, with remarks and comments from some of the women faith leaders who were part of the conference. Among them were M. Hasna Maznavi, founder of the Women’s Mosque of America, […]
The New York Times investigated why some religious ‘nones’–people who don’t identify as religious or part of an historical faith tradition–are attending divinity schools. They profiled several people involved in this phenomenon, including Angie Thurston, a Harvard Divinity School student who has helped create a vibrant community named Harvard Religious Nones for people who don’t associate with […]
Each of us is a patient presenting ourselves before the Great Physician–sometimes we need deep healing, sometimes we merely want to vent, and sometimes, we’re simply not sure what’s wrong with us and desire for more to be revealed.