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Preparing for Good Friday

“The choice we Christians face this Lent is to confront the heritage from the past and its impact or to be silent. For the faithful who have heard over many years the Passion according to John, it can be heard differently this Good Friday. To the seeker who might hear this narrative rarely or even for the first time in our church, what must we say? What will we choose to say— in writing?”

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Episcopal Churches in Germany respond to Yom Kippur attack

“We are … keenly aware of the long and grievous history of the church in denying its historic connection to the Jewish people, and in failing to speak with moral clarity when Jewish communities have been singled out for discrimination and violence. … We will not fail to remind our communities of the profound errors of the past, when the church made easy alliance with the evils of white supremacy and nationalism.”

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Rabbis cancel annual conference call with Trump

“The president’s words have given succor to those who advocate anti-Semitism, racism, and xenophobia,” write rabbis of three traditions in a statement canceling what became an annual conference call with President Barack Obama.

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Jack Chick, fundamentalist cartoonist dies

Chick was known for his Chick Tracts; controversial comics rooted in his own fundamentalist Protestant worldview. His tracts were notoriously anti-Catholic and also attacked Freemasons, Muslims, Jews, and other groups whose views he deemed contrary to his own evangelical brand of faith.

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