There is a lot going on in the Church of SoNoGo

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An Ecumenical Ministry in St. Patrick's Catholic Parish

Friday, November 20, 2020

Evangelical doctors’ group pleads with churches to stay home

Alleging sex abuse, four sue Vatican over handling of McCarrick
The Associated Press

Justice Dept. plans three executions before Biden’s inauguration
The New York Times *

Evangelical doctors’ group pleads with churches to stay home

Some faith leaders defiant, others transparent over COVID-19 outbreaks
Maine Public Radio

After Virginia faulted a Christian day care for lack of masks, pastor told parents COVID was a ‘hoax’
The Washington Post *

Detroit Archbishop to lead national Catholic group on Joe Biden and abortion
Detroit Free Press *

Adam Taylor succeeds Jim Wallis as Sojourners president
Religion News Service

Died: John Edmund Haggai, evangelist who trained evangelists
Christianity Today *

William Bobby McClain, leader in United Methodist Church and civil rights movement, dies at 82
Religion News Service

International headlines

Pompeo visits Israel museum honoring Christian Zionists
The Associated Press

Vatican cardinal says ouster deprived him of possible papacy
The Associated Press

New internet rules to give Pakistan blanket powers of censorship

Radical Pakistani religious cleric dies after leading sit-in
The Associated Press

Former leader Corbyn suspended as UK Labour MP for three months – Telegraph

Serbian church patriarch dies from COVID-19 after leading open-casket funeral of bishop killed by the virus

Analysis and commentary

Will a President Biden protect religious freedom on the domestic and international stage?
National Catholic Register *

European Muslims are already European

Yes, Islam is facing a crisis. No, France isn’t helping solve it
Foreign Policy *

McCarrick Report: Call to reform Catholic priest selection
The Columbus Dispatch *

Hard lessons of the McCarrick affair
First Things *

Will the coronavirus wedding model outlive the coronavirus?

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