An Ecumenical Ministry in the Parish of St Patrick's Catholic Church In San Diego USA


Wednesday, June 28, 2023

Religion creates community. We’re losing that.

From isolation to ministerial pasta: How summer camp has changed since COVID showed up
Baptist News Global: Is the end of COVID as an official public health emergency good news for summer youth camps? Or are dangers still lurking behind every tree and campsite?
Religion creates community. We’re losing that.*
The New York Times: The one aspect of religion in America that I unquestionably see as an overall positive for society is the ready-made supportive community that churchgoers can access, writes Jessica Grose.
The death penalty should be off the table for Pittsburgh synagogue gunman*
The Washington Post: The prosecution’s pursuit of death in this case has resulted in racial exclusion that harms the entire Pittsburgh community, write two justice advocates.
Millions celebrate Eid al-Adha around the world
Al Jazeera: Photos show Muslims around the world celebrating the “Feast of Sacrifice” festival that marks the end of the annual Hajj pilgrimage.
Evangelism on aisle 5: Seminary professor becomes ‘pastor’ of store next door
Baptist Press: Mark Johnson of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary goes to the grocery store next door to the school every day for “shopping evangelism.” Store managers and employees call him “Pastor” as he ministers and shares the gospel.

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