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


Friday, July 7, 2023

Church trades lawn for garden to help fight drought

Halted appointment of theology dean rocks the Vatican and beyond
Religion News Service: The Vatican blocked the appointment of the Rev. Martin Lintner as dean of a theological university due to concerns about his writings on sexual morality.
Changing the narrative on religion and the LGBTQ community
Deseret News: Church members of all stripes should feel comfortable engaging in conversations about faith with their LGBTQ siblings.
Church trades lawn for garden to help fight drought
Episcopal News Service: Over the past two years, St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, which sits on a hill four blocks away from the Pacific Ocean in Laguna Beach, Calif., has overhauled its property, adding drought-resistant native plants to its gardens and installing a drip irrigation system to avoid water runoff.
Judge refuses to recuse herself from New Orleans clergy abuse case
The Guardian: The judge had been asked to recuse herself over donations she made to a church run by archdiocese that employed the admitted child abuser.
Catholic clergy report surveillance, beatings amid Nicaragua’s crackdown
Reuters: Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega’s five-year campaign against the Catholic church has intensified since February, according to interviews with five priests inside and outside the country.

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