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News Roundup 9/14/2020

Robertson — host of “The 700 Cub” on the Christian Broadcasting Network — spoke out against Black Lives Matter on his show, saying the movement wants to destroy Christianity by accusing the religion of “being racist.”

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Religion in America Roundup 9/7/2020

Priest says unrepentant Catholics who vote Democratic go to hell; bishop agrees.

Pastor defiant about holding services during pandemic despite wedding that killed three persons who did not attend.

An Episcopal Church closes.

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Residents returning to diocesan-owned apartments

The Diocese of Southeast Florida and its bishop, the Rt. Rev. Peter Eaton, had received scrutiny in early August from the Episcopal media as well as local Palm Beach press. The delay in the re-opening of St. Andrew’s Residence raised questions. Moreover, the lack of communication from the diocese to the residents was questioned.

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Statement on the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha

We lament yet another shooting of an unarmed Black man, Jacob Blake, by law enforcement. One such shooting is one too many, and yet in our nation the numbers of such shootings continue. We join those who call for a complete and impartial investigation of this travesty. – The Rt. Rev. Steven A. Miller, bishop of the Diocese of Milwaukee

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Bishop Budde’s benediction at DNC 2020

“May God give you the grace never to sell yourself short, grace to do something big for something good, grace to remember that the world is too dangerous for anything but truth and too small for anything but love.”

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