Betsy, Liz, and Ricardo welcome special guest William Bonnell to talk about the television miniseries The Young Pope exploring themes of power, loneliness, and obedience.
Day: May 4, 2017
The Daily Astorian quotes Episcopal Cafe contributing editor Ann Fontaine in a story on Cannon Beach, Oregon’s passing of an inclusivity resolution earlier this week: The resolution, which “embraces, celebrates and welcomes its immigrant and refugee residents and their contributions,” is not the same as becoming a sanctuary city. Cannon Beach joined the North Coast […]
Following the presidential election in November, national attention turned to two Episcopal churches in Maryland and Indiana which were vandalized (see Cafe coverage here). An arrest has been made in the Indiana case, just a few days after Presiding Bishop Michael Curry preached there, and the congregation is shaken. From Episcopal News Service: An organist […]
So think about being a fisher of people. In your words or in your actions how do you proclaim your relationship with the God who is love? How do you cast out a net into the deep waters of the Soul?