Thursday, June 29, 2017

Rev. William Barber builds a moral movement

Harvard's first light
First Things: The founders of Harvard refused to accept a dichotomy between the love of learning and the desire for God.

Mark Zuckerberg, the Church of Facebook can never be. Here's why
The (London) Guardian: You're talking piffle, Mark. Because at their best, churches offer a perspective on life fundamentally opposed to the culture Facebook encourages and upon which it feeds.

Vatican cardinal charged with sexual assault
The Atlantic: George Pell is the highest-ranking Vatican official to ever incur the charges in the church's longstanding history of abuse.

Cardinal Tobin's real-life approach to faith
U.S. Catholic: Faith, says Joseph Cardinal Tobin, is not what you do on Sunday mornings. It's who you are. It's how you see. It's how you act.

'Woe unto those who legislate evil': Rev. William Barber builds a moral movement
The Washington Post: Rev. William Barber aims to spread the Moral Mondays model nationally to resist what he views as the dangerous economic and social policies of the Trump administration.

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