Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Episcopal church leader calls Anglican censure 'fair'



Episcopal church leader calls Anglican censure 'fair'
Religion News Service: Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry describes the recent censure of his church over allowing clergy to perform same-sex marriages as a "fair" move by the wider Anglican Communion.

Poet Wendell Berry bequeaths farming legacy to small Catholic college
Religion News Service: Wanting to pass on his family's farming legacy to a new generation, the 81-year-old writer selected a small Catholic liberal arts college, run by the Dominican Sisters of Peace.

Does God still matter on the campaign trail -- even when young voters rebel?
Forward: What may seem intuitive is borne out in the data: The younger you are, the less you care about a candidate's faith.

Why do Anglican clergy spend five times as long on admin as on outreach?
Christian Today: Survey finds that the vast majority of Anglican clergy in the UK feel "vigorous, dedicated and absorbed in ministry" and don't report high levels of burnout.

When in doubt, be religious
Huffington Post: For much of her life, Tara Woodard-Lehman thought being a "true" Christian meant denouncing religion. Then she met Religion. Real, Honest-to-God Religion.

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