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Monday, March 4, 2019

Church of England marks 25 years since first women were ordained to priesthood

United Methodists face fractured future
NPR: The ramifications of the General Conference action are not yet fully evident, but fractures are likely -- between progressive clergy and conservative laity, between young and old, and between Methodists in the U.S. and in other parts of the world.
Religion News Service: Grieving, but not leaving, the United Methodist Church

Learning from the "godfather" of community organizing
Australian Broadcasting Corporation: Yes, we need a nation of weavers to restore the social fabric, but John Wesley and Saul Alinsky suggest we also need agency, institutions, organizing and a form of common-life politics, says Luke Bretherton.

A mother sought sanctuary in a church basement in 2017. She's still there
NBC: "We need to violate the law in order to do the right thing, and the right thing for me is to be a mother," says Juana Tobar Ortega.

Church of England marks 25 years since first women were ordained to priesthood
Christian Today: A service marking 25 years of the ordination of women to the priesthood in the Church of England was held at Lambeth Palace on Friday.

Less fluff, more stuff: the science of productive meetings
Knowledge @ Wharton: What if there was a way to make these mandatory huddles more meaningful -- and shorter?

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