When it comes to Christian unity, these Franciscans were ahead of their time—and their mission continues
Fifty miles north of New York City, the Friars and Sisters of the Atonement—the founders of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity—continue their tradition of unifying Christians and mending souls.
Like many parish churches built in the 1970s and ’80s, the Notre-Dame redesign seems to take its inspiration from sensibilities unique to our own decades, rather than drawing on time-tested understandings of God.
Adele was the soundtrack to my coming of age. But she lost me in her glitzy ‘One Night Only’ special.
Whereas once Adele’s music exuded humility, “One Night Only” showed me someone who has become so embedded in the cultural exclusivity of Hollywood that she is no longer relatable.
A team of America Media reporters contacted all 196 “particular churches” in the United States and was able to confirm the appointment of 62 local synod coordinators.
Spring Hill College, located in Mobile, Ala., volunteered to shelter 150 students who were displaced in the wake of Hurricane Ida from Loyola University New Orleans—a sister Jesuit school.