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Friday, January 19, 2018

Where are mainline Protestants on abortion?

Where is the Church on #MeToo?
Religion News Service: While secular society has recently rushed to correct its mistakes in silencing women, the Church seems to be doubling down, Autumn Miles says.

Where are mainline Protestants on abortion?
Religion News Service: While abortion is often portrayed as a binary issue, with religious people against it and secular people for it, the truth is much more complicated.

Pope accuses sex abuse victims in Chile of slandering bishop
The New York Times: Pope Francis has accused abuse victims in Chile of slandering a bishop who they say protected a pedophile priest, upending his efforts to rehabilitate the Catholic Church's reputation while visiting South America.

England's cathedrals face financial crisis as running costs soar
The (London) Guardian: A significant number of England's 42 historic Anglican cathedrals are at "severe financial risk" and some have ineffective and under-resourced management, an investigation set up by the archbishops of Canterbury and York has found.

Chittister calls for formal censure of President Trump
National Catholic Reporter: Joan Chittister believes that if we do not as a people say "Enough!" now, we will regret it for years.

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