Earlier this week we posted a story about the Presiding Bishop’s call to contribute to the Good Friday Offering, which is directed to the Anglican Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East. In response to +Michael’s call, one diocese of that province has responded with a rejection of the funds collected in the Offering.
The Economist attempts to explain the strange role that religion plays in American electoral politics.
There is an all-around spirit of “can-do” and a strong example of self-esteem that may serve as an inspiration to young people who find their aspirations squelched or simply need a good old Hollywood boost. In fact, all of us can use a dose of Eddie the Eagle as we face into challenges in our own lives.
Bexley Seabury seminary will relocate to Chicago Theological Seminary in July, consolidating all their programs and classes in one location.
The National Park Service has added St. Matthew’s and St. Joseph’s Episcopal Church in Detroit to its National Network to Freedom.
Is our faith weak if it fails to calm our fears or to bring us inner peace? I sure hope not.