Day: April 28, 2016

Remembering our Responsibility to Protect

April 24th is the anniversary of the Armenian genocide a century ago, and for the past decade, the date has been fixed on our church’s Calendar of Lesser Feasts and Fasts. Genocide Remembrance Day is a reminder of humankind’s continued capacity for evil on a massive scale. Our voice, and that of the church at large, is vital to the continued debate regarding the Responsibility to Protect because it is not only a legal norm, but also a moral one.

Jacksonville cathedral all in on local redevelopment

St. John’s Cathedral officials have tried for years to improve the district for residents, and they took the next step April 21 when leaders at the cornerstone Episcopal church voted to form a for-profit corporation solely focused on development in the Cathedral District.