Day: October 8, 2016

The emeritus Archbishop of Cape Town, Desmond Tutu, speaks in favor of assisted dying

The emeritus Archbishop of Cape Town, Desmond Tutu, speaks in favor of assisted dying

The Most Revd Desmond Tutu, archbishop emeritus of Cape Town South Africa, has recorded a video for Dignity in Dying in the UK. In the video, the Archbishop states his support for compassionate palliative care and assisted dying initiatives in a number of countries.

A communique from the all-male Anglican & Roman Catholic bishop’s gathering

A communique from the all-male Anglican & Roman Catholic bishop’s gathering

Roman Catholic and Anglican bishops met from 30 SEP – 7 OCT for the 2016 meeting of the International Anglican Roman Catholic Commission for Unity and Mission. Following the meeting, this communique was issued.

Former Nixon chief of staff nominated as bishop coadjutor for Dio Los Angeles

Former Nixon chief of staff nominated as bishop coadjutor for Dio Los Angeles

On 3 OCT the Standing Committee for Dio Los Angeles announced an additional candidate to the slate for bishop coadjutor. The additional candidate is the Revd Canon John Taylor, full-time vicar of St. John Chrysostom Church and School in Rancho Santa Margarita CA. The Revd Taylor was nominated by petition, a process previously approved and announced by the Bishop Coadjutor Search Committee.

Speaking to the Soul: Paul’s Innocence Project

Speaking to the Soul: Paul’s Innocence Project

Paul was depending on justice, just as most of the people in our prisons are depending on justice, yet many are not getting it. Their color, their race, their orientation, even the nature of their crime, puts them in a hierarchy that is more like Dante’s seven circles of hell than it is a Pilgrim’s progress toward redemption.