Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Finding Jesus at work

Finding Jesus at work
The Atlantic: Why are more and more companies offering access to chaplains as an employee benefit?

As pope winds up Mexico trip, thoughts on the big picture
Crux: Mexico is a pivotal Catholic country, the second-largest by population in the world, and clearly Francis thought carefully about where he wanted to go, what he wanted to say, and how he wanted to say it.

Why some Brits choose Islamic prayer over partying
The Economist: Report from Cambridge University's Centre for Islamic Studies gives a vivid picture of the reasons why some British people choose Islam and what happens thereafter.

Why so many are alarmed by the ongoing controversy at Mount St. Mary's
The Washington Post: At issue is nothing less than the purpose of a university in the 21st century, and whether the future landscape includes a place for religious colleges in the U.S.

Church life is fading fast in poorer communities, synod warned
The (London) Guardian: Church of England's general assembly told that urban housing estates, the young and ethnic minorities have been ignored.

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