National Public Radio reported this week on an intentional community growing up in Hyattsville, Md., of orthodox Catholics. The community…
In the shadow of the cross and Good Friday, eight other state-sanctioned executions will take place. Beginning with Easter Monday, the state of Arkansas has scheduled the executions of eight death row inmates.
Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court, Judge Neal Gorsuch has been attending Episcopal churches for much of his adult life. This has been the source of some concern for conservative Christian leaders, given the Episcopal Church’s more liberal stance on issues such as abortion and equal marriage rights.
On Friday evening, Deep Rai was working on his car in his driveway in Kent, a suburb of Seattle, when he was approached by a stranger. The stranger spoke to him aggressively, telling Rai to “go back to his country,” before shoving him to the ground and shooting him in the arm.
Yesterday, February 19th, marked the 75th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066 by Franklin D. Roosevelt, which led to the internment of hundreds of thousands of Japanese Americans during WWII. St Peter’s Episcopal Church in Seattle is an historically Japanese American congregation, and has been holding a series of events to commemorate the anniversary.
As sweeping arrests are made of undocumented immigrants across the country, churches are stepping up to offer sanctuary to those at risk.
Some Christian conservatives who have spoken out against Trump have faced backlash, some even losing their jobs for refusing to “keep quiet.”
“Do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God.” The messages of Sunday’s readings are timely reminders of our duties as Christians.
A personal look at the Women’s Marches.
In a statement released Friday, Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Ely addressed the upcoming inauguration of President-elect Trump.
In response to yesterday’s statement from the Army, Energy Transfer Partners issued the following press release: DALLAS & NEWTOWN SQUARE,…