- Pope Francis’ Visit To The USA In 2015 wp.me/p1eHr7-9RG 2 hours ago
- Will Christianity Ever Rise Again In Iraq? wp.me/p1eHr7-9RC 4 hours ago
- Protestants and Catholic Row in Germany wp.me/p1eHr7-9RA 9 hours ago
- Israel’s Has A New President: Reuven Rivlin wp.me/p1eHr7-9Rx 10 hours ago
- UCA News: Apart from praying and lamenting, is there anything else that concerned outsiders, such… wp.me/p1eHr7-9Ru 10 hours ago
- Holy Land Deserted by Tourists as Fighting Empties Hotels wp.me/p1eHr7-9Rq 1 day ago
- 400-Year-Old Crucifix Found wp.me/p1eHr7-9Ro 1 day ago
- Israel Opens Airport in Negev as Alternative to Ben-Gurion wp.me/p1eHr7-9Rm 2 days ago
- British man among 116 killed in AH5017 plane crash
- Gaza conflict: Israel rejects US-brokered Gaza ceasefire
- Air Algerie: Family of 10 perish in Mali crash as France says 54 citizens died
- MH17 plane crash tragedy has not slowed Ukraine war
- Previously uncontacted Peruvian Indians 'could carry flu back to tribe'
- Islamic State uses high grade captured weapons to fight Assad troops in Syria
- Wikipedia bans editing of its pages by Congressional staffers after 'online vandalism'
- Nigeria confirms Liberian man died of Ebola in Lagos
- Comic-Con: Benedict Cumberbatch greets fans
Daily Archives: December 3, 2012
Christian News Network: Archaeologists have uncovered what they believe is a road that was traveled by Jesus and the disciples in the ancient town of Bethsaida. In conducting a dig near the Northeastern shore of the Sea of Galilee in … Continue reading
Some US Ordinariate news: The Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter has been given land in Houston, Texas, on which to build its first chancery, or headquarters, Msgr. Jeffrey N. Steenson, the Ordinary, announced today. During a Mass … Continue reading
Well, almost. His Twitter page is, however, up and running here. @Pontifex There are various language options too. And yes, you can Tweet him too.
Speaking of Australia, I see that Queensland is set to get a Bishopess: The Anglican Archbishops of Melbourne and Brisbane, Dr Philip Freier and Dr Phillip Aspinall, have today announced that a Melbourne priest has been selected to lead the Southern Region … Continue reading
So opts a rather despondent sounding Fr Ed Bakker: … We often ask ourselves why we dont make a real in road with Traditional Anglicanism or Anglo Catholism, dont we ? And it clicked. I was on the vestry of this … Continue reading
An interesting question. I received an email from the Austin Diocese the other day wondering if this blog operates on the approval of our diocese. In writing back, I responded somewhat flippantly with the question, “Which diocese covers the Internet?” … Continue reading