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


Friday, March 25, 2022

These 5 clergywomen found each other 12 years ago

These 5 clergywomen found each other 12 years ago. They still text every day.

Religion News Service: At a time when reports of clergy burnout and clergy misconduct are soaring, this group has been able to forge a tight collegial peer group to help them navigate challenges, avoid pitfalls and find joy and fulfillment in their calling.
3 US Muslims sue over religious questioning by officers
Associated Press: Three Muslim Americans filed a lawsuit Thursday alleging that U.S. border officers questioned them about their religious beliefs in violation of their constitutional rights when they returned from international travel.
Groups opposed to gay rights rake in millions as states debate anti-LGBTQ bills
NBC News: Organizations identified as anti-LGBTQ hate groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center have seen revenue soar as the battle over gay and trans rights rages nationwide.
Supreme Court rules in favor of death row inmate raising religious freedom concerns
Deseret News: The justices ruled 8-1 in favor of a death row inmate seeking physical touch and vocal prayer from his spiritual adviser in the execution chamber.
Russia’s attacks on civilian targets have obliterated everyday life in Ukraine*
The New York Times: In the weeks since Russia began its invasion, at least 1,500 civilian buildings, structures and vehicles in Ukraine have been damaged or destroyed. (trigger warning: graphic images of war)

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