A Blessing of Motherhood
Mother’s Day is a day with different meanings for each of us. For some it is a joyous occasion. For others, it is one of great difficulty. For still others, it is bittersweet. Let us pray then for motherhood in all its many facets.
Read the complete blog posting here.
Ferment in the world of religion and faith
Every aspect of the human world is being impacted by the ecological crises emerging in our time, and certainly religion is no exception.
Read the article published in the Center for New Creation
A death in our extended Family
Please see Members Files for details. The notice is at the bottom of the page under "Joys and Sorrows".
Jesuit made deathbed call for women's ordination
Seven months after his death, a Jesuit priest's call for the ordination of women has been released in a video.
Read the full article from The National Catholic Reporter
The link below will take you to the Channel 12 Milwaukee TV station’s story that Friday, March 6, 2015 on the 10 p.m. news.
It includes 10 minutes of three separate video segments embedded into the story. Fr. Bill requested I do this video for him. Channel 12’s reporter, Joyce Garbaciak, interviewed me, wrote and aired the story to get Bill’s dying request fulfilled. I hope you’ll watch the whole ten minutes of Bill’s comments.
Every time I thought he was done, and turned off the iPad, he started up again. Thus, it appears that the interview ends art three and seven minutes, but it really does continue through ten!
Click here for the interview.
Protesting priest shouting 'Not in the Bible' disrupts consecration of first female bishop in the Church of England at York Minster
Read the article in the Daily Mail Here!
15 Faith Leaders to Watch in 2015
See what the Center for American Progress has to say about future faith leader here.
Editorial: We must get beyond the 'Humanae Vitae' impasse
An Editorial in the National Catholic Reporter.
Interview with Cardinal Marx
About Francis, the Synod, Women in the Church and Gay Relationships. Read the interview here.
PBS series on Human Trafficking
Starting January 26th PBS is presenting a 3-part series called “A Path Appears.” It is about human trafficking in the United States and is done by the team (Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn) who did “Half the Sky”. It uncovers the harshest forms of gender-based oppression and human rights violations and the solutions being implemented to combat them. Advertised times are 10:00 pm (EST)/9:00 pm (CST) but check local listings to be sure.
.... Maro Chermayeff