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Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Priest’s new assignment: Helping those he invalidly baptized

The meaning of lent to this unchurched Christian*
The New York Times: Ash Wednesday isn’t a day for rebellion. It’s a day for fasting, reflection and prayer, a somber reminder that our lives are brief, our days running out.
For many immunosuppressed, churches stopped being a safe place
The Washington Post: The same sanctuaries where many sing and embrace each other have become anxiety-inducing, and possibly dangerous, for many Americans who are considered higher risk for COVID-19.
Priest’s new assignment: Helping those he invalidly baptized
Associated Press: Church officials estimate Rev. Andrés Arango performed thousands of baptisms that are now presumed invalid and said those affected now need valid baptisms.
Veterans join religious and human rights groups to call for permanent status for Afghan refugees
Baptist News Global: Religious, human rights and veterans’ groups are stepping up pressure on Congress to provide a pathway to legal, permanent status for tens of thousands of Afghan refugees evacuated to the U.S. last year.
Connecticut clergy diverge when considering aid-in-dying legislation for terminally ill patients*
The Hartford Courant: Nearly a dozen Christian leaders spoke out at a recent legislative hearing against a bill that would make Connecticut the 12th state to legalize aid-in-dying for terminally ill patients.

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