Adapted from the Diocese of North Carolina’s newsletter, Please Note The Rt. Rev. Alfred “Chip” Marble, Jr., eighth Bishop of Mississippi and former Assisting Bishop of North Carolina, died March 30. Born in New York, Marble was a graduate of the University of Mississippi and the University of the South’s School of Theology. He also attended the University of Edinburgh. He … [Read more...] about Rise in Glory: Bp. Marble, 80
Archives for March 30, 2017
The Rev. Dr. Vincentia Kgabe Speaking at USPG's "Rethinking Mission Conference" from USPG on Vimeo By Zachary Guiliano USPG gathered speakers with backgrounds in Barbados, India, Pakistan, and South Africa for a one-day conference March 18 under the theme “Global Perspectives on Contextual Mission.” “Rethinking mission is not a call to come up with something new,” … [Read more...] about Rethinking Mission
pathlost/Flickr David Tremaine writes for the Diocese of San Diego’s weblog, Where SunDays Are Better than Others, about his decision to remain a layman after completing his seminary studies: This question persisted, “Do I need to be ordained to fulfill my vocation?” As a lay person, I could preach, teach, work in the church, work with people—I could even … [Read more...] about Do I Need to Be Ordained?
Church attorney Raymond “Jerry” Coughlan shows documents to J. Jon Bruno during the bishop’s testimony March 29. Mary Frances Schjonberg/ENS By Kirk Petersen In the second day of Bishop J. Jon Bruno’s trial, the defense concentrated on undermining the testimony of the priest at the center of the dispute. The discussion turned ugly at times, highlighting the rifts … [Read more...] about Defense Focuses on Priest