The meteoric growth of vouchers appears to offer financial stability for congregations while at the same time diminishing their religious activities.
Day: February 27, 2017
It took a millennium, but St. Paul’s Cathedral Choir in London has hired a woman as a full member. (Non-sopranos may feel a certain sense of musical justice.) The release, published on St. Paul’s website: St Paul’s Cathedral has appointed a woman for the first time as a full adult member of its Cathedral Choir. […]
After two decades, Religion and Ethics Newsweekly is going dark. The ending of the series is not a surprise – it was first announced in December. From the Religion News Service report late last year: Founded by [host and executive editor Bob] Abernethy and launched in 1997, it provided national and international news coverage and […]
As we prepare to enter the holy season of Lent, growing awareness of our own sinfulness can begin to weigh heavy on our hearts and souls. The poem Love (III) by George Herbert offers a helpful reminder that God meets us where we are- messy and broken- and welcomes us with an invitation.