This evening’s Vice Presidential debate could return the public conversation to those traditional concerns of so-called “values voters,” because of the faith foundations of the two men on the center stage.
Day: October 4, 2016
The Religion News Service spoke to a variety of people after last week’s tragic rail derailment in Hoboken, NJ, to find out how their faith was shaken or stirred by the proximity of such dangerous and deadly events. “We know that even when there are tragedies, there is always good. And even when there are […]
Today, October 4, is the feast day of Francis of Assisi. This past weekend, many churches celebrated the season by inviting animals to their regular services or holding special animal blessings at church or in the community. This small selection of picture posts from Sunday comes from the Facebook feeds of: St Bart’s NYC; St […]
by Maria Evans Feast Day of Francis of Assisi Psalm 148:7-14 Jeremiah 22:13-16 Galatians 6:14-18 Matthew 11:25-30 As much as any of us who love animals love St. Francis, in recent years his reputation has gotten a little kitchy. A quick Google search reveals pages and pages of pet ID tags with […]