Faith Aloud, a St. Louis-based religious group that advocates for abortion rights, began an online petition drive calling on Akin to apologize. The Rev. Krista Taves of Emerson Unitarian Universalist Chapel in Ellisville said Akin’s comment “shows how very little he knows about liberals, and how very little he knows about God.” “I’m a liberal because I love God and all God’s creation,” Taves said. “ I value equality, fairness and compassionate justice because my faith informs my politics.”

Faith Aloud, a St. Louis-based religious group that advocates for abortion rights, began an online petition drive calling on Akin to apologize. The Rev. Krista Taves of Emerson Unitarian Universalist Chapel in Ellisville said Akin’s comment “shows how very little he knows about liberals, and how very little he knows about God.” “I’m a liberal […]

Read More Faith Aloud, a St. Louis-based religious group that advocates for abortion rights, began an online petition drive calling on Akin to apologize. The Rev. Krista Taves of Emerson Unitarian Universalist Chapel in Ellisville said Akin’s comment “shows how very little he knows about liberals, and how very little he knows about God.” “I’m a liberal because I love God and all God’s creation,” Taves said. “ I value equality, fairness and compassionate justice because my faith informs my politics.”

Citing financial concerns, the Washington Theological Union has announced that it will close in 2013. Founded by six religious orders in 1968, the graduate school of theology and ministry has 1,400 alumni.

Citing financial concerns, the Washington Theological Union has announced that it will close in 2013. Founded by six religious orders in 1968, the graduate school of theology and ministry has 1,400 alumni. Catholic Culture : Latest Headlines : Washington Theological Union to close

Read More Citing financial concerns, the Washington Theological Union has announced that it will close in 2013. Founded by six religious orders in 1968, the graduate school of theology and ministry has 1,400 alumni.

“Never address your words to God while you are thinking of something else.” — St. Teresa of Avila

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Orthodox-Catholic Dialogue Discusses Roles of Laity, Bishops’ Conferences at Its 80th Meeting

Chapel of the Holy Cross, Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, MA (Interior), viaWikipedia WASHINGTON—The North American Orthodox-Catholic Theological Consultation held its 80th meeting at St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Seminary in Crestwood, New York, June 6-8. The members reviewed major events in the lives of their churches, and heard presentations on […]

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Optional Memorial of Sts. Thomas More (Martyr) and John Fisher (Bishop and Martyr); Optional Memorial of St. Paulinus of Nola (Bishop and Confessor)

Comfort in tribulation can be secured only on the sure ground of faith holding as true the words of Scripture and the teaching of the Catholic Church. – St. Thomas More The story of Saint Sir Thomas More one for, pardon the pun, for all seasons. I recall watching the film version of the play […]

Read More Optional Memorial of Sts. Thomas More (Martyr) and John Fisher (Bishop and Martyr); Optional Memorial of St. Paulinus of Nola (Bishop and Confessor)

thelyricsofmyworld: Dare You To MoveSwitchfootThe Beautiful Letdown This is fairly deep. And it certainly applies to bearing witness to one’s faith in Christ. Life in Him exposes the darkness to the light of Truth. Thus there is often fallout. Life in Him is not “worldly.” Thus you face resistance. When a man or woman carries […]

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