The Vicar of Bagdad “…1,096 of his parishioners at St. George’s have been killed in just the past five years.”…”A few months ago, 58 people were gunned down and killed during worship at the Syrian Catholic church .” … “So many of our brothers and sisters here in Baghdad have been killed, kidnapped, or tortured…” See… 101 more words
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“Ok” the last time I went to Church was Christmas time, an evening candle lit service in our local Domesday church – with WINE…..the female vicar and I got horrendously drunk on Grenache - I think, I recall, I slagged off god :0/ (who I’m not a massive believer in -forgive me for I sinned) she slagged off the older parishioners who think women vicars are ‘sent’ from the devil / blame them for the recent floods etc etc (obv’s – that kind of ridiculous-ness’s). 116 more words
Whilst training at the Interfaith Seminary, I spent many hours pondering on whether I would use the title given to my at my ordination of “Reverend”.After helpful input from my family, such as “perhaps irreverent” would be more appropriate, I decided I would only use it when it might be helpful (and when buying plane tickets in the hope I might get upgraded – hasn’t happened yet!) 167 more words
I just wanted to say a bit about Jess’ (not yet) friend and AATW, and the reaction here.
I know she was reluctant to publish the first article, as all of us contributors know, there is an ill-defined line between what we talk about on our blogs, and our real life. 302 more words
Spring is an exciting time for middler (2nd year) ELCA seminarians, this is because for those on the traditional 4 year M.Div. track, it is spring of your middler year that you begin to find out where you will be spending your third year on internship. 617 more words