Friday, January 29, 2016

7 things your pastor might be too scared to admit

The solution for a more inclusive church? Look to the seminary
National Catholic Reporters: It may be time for Catholic seminaries to fully welcome more women professors and students or merge with similar coeducational institutions.

Ohio House speaker cuts off pastor's prayer. Should he have?
Cleveland Plain-Dealer: Most prayers at the Ohio Statehouse are relatively short and lack controversy. But when a pastor went on and on this week, the Ohio House speaker cut him off.

Train Church
The New Yorker: In the 1980s, before the fall of apartheid, the Soweto-Johannesburg train every morning broke into an impromptu church. In 1986, South African photographer Santu Mofokeng decided to document the "train church," taking a series of luminous photographs that are startling in their rawness and immediacy.

Our reason for being
America: It is a good moment to take a fresh look at Catholic university leaders and their role in keeping their institutions aligned with their original mission.

7 things your pastor might be too scared to admit
Christian Today: Here are seven things your pastor might be too scared to admit, but really wants to tell you.

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