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Weekend Roundup for September 14

Weekend Roundup for September 14

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Hip hop liturgy in Connecticut


Executive Council is undertaking a project to understand the diversity (or lack thereof) of the leadership of TEC


San Joaquin has a plan to install solar panels in every parish


Beautiful pipe organs


University art program in Minnesota works with local parish to create a unique piece of sculpture


Massachusetts rectory raided by FBI for child pornography, husband of rector (also ordained and a kindergarten teacher) arrested.


In Texas, a unique ministry begun in a food truck finds home base


Historic Colorado church building project approved after a 13-year process (plan is to make upgrades and expansion to be ADA compliant and better able to do ministry)



Responding to Disaster, natural and otherwise
Bishops in Brazil speak out on the Amazonian fires


More Dorian response



Archbishop of Canterbury in India
ABC Welby calls for respecting religious freedom in India


ABC Welby prays at Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar, the site of a British massacre of unarmed Indians a century ago



Royal Wedding and Bishop Curry
There are a never ending supply of angles to “that” wedding



Archbishop of SE Asia critical of new Malaysian law banning interfaith prayer



image: Archbishop Justin Welby at the memorial for the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre in India. (Lambeth Palace)



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