Every Friday, inside the Church of the Epiphany, in Washington, DC, 300 or more local Muslims come to pray, guests of the Christian congregation.
Day: July 1, 2016
A day in the life of religion in the American public square.
For over 700 years, the parish of St. Dymphna and the residents of the village of Geel, Belguim, has been been ministering to people with mental disorders by welcoming them into their homes and caring for them.
This week’s review is “Free State of Jones,” a sobering look at a piece of Civil War history that’s not widely known. It’s probably a side of Confederate Mississippi many would like to keep quiet. If our nation were a family in therapy, not every family member would want to deal with this part of our history. But we must.
Out of the horror and carnage, the deadliest day in British military history, came the saga of Middle Earth.
The Rt. Rev. Gladstone B. “Skip” Adams III has been nominated to the next provisional bishop of The Episcopal Church in South Carolina to succeed Bishop Charles G. vonRosenberg, who is retiring.
Balaam refuses to deliver the prophecy that his client wants to buy from him. His example can strengthen our own resistance to letting the powerful purchase our fear, hatred, and curses of our enemies.