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Category: The Lead

Creed versus chaos

David Brooks watched the new Broadway musical “The Book of Mormon” and wonders about what really makes religion work.

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Dear Lulu

Lulu writes to God, asking “where did you come from?” Rowan Williams pens a response.

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Good Friday in prison

Episcopal News Service describes the ministry of prison chaplains and how the story and images of Holy Week speak to those incarcerated in the nation’s prisons.

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ABC on the Royal Maundy

Power exists, in the Church or the state or anywhere else, so that ordinary people may be treasured and looked after, especially those who don’t have the resources to look after themselves. The Bible is crystal clear that this is the standard by which the gospel of Jesus judges the powerful of this world.

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