The Executive Council of the Episcopal Church is in session in Phoenix. At its February meeting, at the behest of the late Terry Star, a
Churches in Brazil are working together to battle child sex abuse during the World Cup games, which begin June 12. From Religion News Service:
From the Huffington Post: The Catholic Church in the U.S. has taken a lot of heat over its stance against gay rights and for policies
DeSean Jackson, a new member of the NFL franchise based in Washington visited St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland, earlier this week to talk
Today is the feast day of Scotsman Eric Liddell, Olympic athlete and missionary to China. In this clip from “Chariots of Fire,” Liddell, portrayed by
Before the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos take the field in the Super Bowl, Patton Dodd, editor-in-chief of CNN’s OnFaith, reflects on his role
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