All of the Cathedral’s items are being reviewed to ensure that any connected with slavery, colonialism or contentious figures from other historic periods are displayed with clear objective interpretations and contextual information, and are presented in a way that avoids any sense of aggrandisement. – Canterbury Cathedral
Day: June 29, 2020
“The message is simple. Round up, care for, teach, and feed my sheep. We see it in the reading from Ezekiel where shepherd, sheep, and instructions for the care of them, are repeated 18 times (Ezek 34:11-16). A shepherd leads a hard life. Cold nights. Hot days. Little food. The pay is poor, the work is dangerous. Predators, poachers, bandits. You are always on watch. And you must especially care for the weak, the ewes, the lambs. It is not your flock, but your Master’s.”
St. John’s Royals Oaks Episcopal Church was Zoom-bombed during its Sunday service. Outsiders managed to say the n-word and Heil Hitler, and (possibly) appear in black face.
The Rev. Beth Taylor spoke with Detroit News:
When the online service began, Taylor and other congregants on the call began to hear what appeared to be a foreign language that turned into racist expletives and symbols like swastikas. That’s when Taylor told the congregants on the call that the Zoom feed […]