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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Susan Brown Snook TEC Bishop of San Diego

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) -. In February, delegates from the 43 congregations that comprise the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego elected the Rev. Canon Susan Brown Snook on the first ballot.

ICE Will Begin Deporting ‘Millions of Illegal Aliens’ Next Week

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

What to do when everyone but God is telling you to move forward.
Chuck Swindoll
When I came to the end of my seminary education, several people encouraged me to take on the role of senior pastor at one of several churches recruiting at the seminary. But two things held me back. First, I didn't want to approach ministry like one who climbs a corporate ladder. The conventional ...
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The Bonhoeffer That History Overlooked

In 1946, a man named Ernst Lohmeyer disappeared from East Germany. It took me three decades to piece together his story.
James R. Edwards
I had never heard of Ernst Lohmeyer until I was in my late 20s. I came across his name in the same way I came across many names at the time—as another scholar whom I needed to consult in doctoral research.
In the mid-1970s, I was writing my dissertation on the Gospel of Mark in the McAlister Library ...
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Infiltration: Real or Imagined?

Infiltration: Real or Imagined?

William Kilpatrick

Has the Catholic Church been infiltrated by anti-Catholic forces intent on its destruction? That’s the thesis of Taylor Marshall’s new book, Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within. The book has already generated a lot of controversy, with one critic accusing the author of “McCarthyism” and “wild assertions.” Marshall’s main assertion is that […]

Where Cultural and Moral Relativism Intersect

Msgr. Robert Batule

What is the relationship between cultural relativism and moral relativism? In trying to answer this question, we find some remarkable issues converging. If we ignore these convergences, we will miss opportunities to improve upon the moral tenor of our personal lives and the moral character of our society at the same time. Allan Bloom opens […]

Martin Sheen gets standing ovation at Santa Clara University

David Daleiden ordered to pay $195K to opponents: Appeal of gag order denied

Martin Sheen gets standing ovation at Santa Clara University: Robert Kennedy’s famous “Ripple of Hope” speech

CSU Channel Islands student is a Holiday Catholic: Ali Oros prefers Deism to organized religion; "there has to be something out there"

First Mass in Notre Dame since fire

Joe Biden and other candidates speak to diverse faith leaders, activists
Religion News Service: Candidates fielded questions from faith leaders and low-income Americans during a gathering organized by the Poor People's Campaign.

America: The archbishop of Paris wore a hard hat as he celebrated the first Mass in Notre Dame Cathedral since a huge blaze devastated the landmark building in April.

Deseret News: Questions left unanswered in last year's ruling in Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission will remain unanswered for now.
The New York Times: How battles over serving same-sex couples play out in court

Progressive church to run drag queen story time after city officials try to stop event
HuffPost: Open Cathedral, an LGBTQ-affirming church in Texas, has rented out a room at the Leander Public Library to make sure the show goes on.

Quebec's new law banning religious garments in public fails the reality test
Religion News Service: If the precedent is set that the government can single people out for their religious appearance, what's to stop them from expanding these discriminatory restrictions?

Bible Prophecy in the White House with Gary DeMar