The Lambeth Palace Library was established in 1610, the first public library in England. It is second to the Vatican Library in its size and importance as a collection of historic religious works of art and documents. The decision has been taken by the Church Commissioners of England to build a new library and pull the entire collect safe and sound under one roof.
Day: December 12, 2015
Betsy, Greg, Liz, and Richard explore the world of Jessica Jones and how the show deals with themes of abuse, recovery, and free will.
The Primate of la Iglesia Anglicana de México, el Reverendisimo Francisco Moreno recently had surgery. He has been released from hospital and is recuperating.
One of the “Lost Boys” has become an Episcopal deacon in Utah. The “Lost Boys” were orphaned children who had fled the Sudanese Civil War in the late 1980s. On 5 DEC, the Rt Revd Scott Hayashi, the Bishop of Utah, ordained Gabriel Garang Atem a deacon.
The Revd Canon Jeffrey Davies was Canon Precentor of Salisbury Cathedral for 25+ years. He had applied for a license to officiate from the Bishop of Winchester. His application has been denied.
Yesterday my online friend, John Pavlovitz, shared a delightful story of the time in his own childhood that he figured out that Santa wasn’t real. Or so he thought. Because some of you might not find your way to John’s blog, I want to share his heart touching story with you.
Sirach 48:1-11 We don’t hear a lot from the book of Sirach, also called Ecclesiasticus, during the church year. It is considered a wisdom book, but is not canonical which means it is not approved for doctrinal teachings. As a wisdom book, however, we gain insight which is never a bad thing. Sirach […]