September 18, 2014
Nine Orthodox Christian publishers will display their books and wares at Orthodox Education Day at Saint Vladimir’s Seminary here October 4, 2014. SVS Press, Saint Tikhon’s Monastery Press, Holy Cross Orthodox Press, Holy Trinity Publications, Mount Thabor, LLC, Sebastian Press, Holy Myrrhbearers Monastery, All Saints Monastery, and Ancient Faith Publishing will celebrate the theme “Do Books Still Matters? A Celebration of Orthodox Christian Publications.”
September 18, 2014
At an immigration center for receiving busloads of deportees returning to El Salvador, Catholic...
Recientemente el grupo opositor cubano conocido como las Damas de Blanco de Santiago de Cuba decidió separarse del grupo principal por “indisciplinas graves “que no fueron atendidas. Parece que otras querellas internas dieron lugar a la escisión. Las damas que se separaron dijeron que están dispuestas a iniciar un diálogo que pueda traer reconciliación. Berta Soler, presidenta del grupo original dijo que “continuamos la lucha por el respeto a los derechos humanos y la libertad y los presos...
- A table showing how many churches have opened or closed in recent years.
- The Church needs to “get comfortable” with engaging in politics, the Evangelical Alliance’s Council heard yesterday.
[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] The House of Bishops of The Episcopal Church is meeting in the Diocese of Taiwan from September 17 to September 23. The following is an account of the activities for Thursday, September 18.
The theme for the fall meeting of the Episcopal Church House of Bishops is Expanding the Apostolic Imagination.
On Thursday, the House of...
- Seven inches of rain every day for four or five days left communities across northwest Iowa waterlogged in June.
- Today marks the anniversary of Margaret Smith’s historic election in 1948 as Maine’s first woman U.S. Senator, a position she would keep until 1973, making her the longest-serving Republican woman in the Senate.
- The foundation of a former First Family will recognize the Florida-based human rights organization, and one of the biggest tomato producers in the United States, for its groundbreaking justice work.