National Public Radio reported this week on an intentional community growing up in Hyattsville, Md., of orthodox Catholics. The community has gathered around St. Jerome Catholic Church and St. Jerome Academy, a school which has experienced a revitalization after shifting its curriculum to a more traditional, God-centered study and attracting young families to the area. […]
Day: April 13, 2017
Lent Madness has announced the winner of the Golden Halo for 2017: Florence Nightingale. From the blog: “To celebrate this momentous victory, the SEC has commissioned Lent Madness hymn writer extraordinaire, Sister Diana Doncaster, to pen a hymn for the occasion. Enjoy!” Ode to Flo Tune: Hymn to Joy, Hymnal ‘82, 376, Joyful, Joyful we […]
There is a creativity and love at the center of existence that transforms brokenness. It reaches through and beyond suffering. It even vanquishes death.
The Christian Church celebrates new life on Easter. This year on the evening of Easter, the cathedral in Little Rock will pray for those about to lose their lives, Episcopal News Service reports. “The cathedral will hold services if we reach the point when there is nothing left to do but pray,” said the Very Rev. […]