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  • Can a pastor be a pal?

     
    Craig Barnes writes for The Christian Century about the quandary ministers face when they become friends with members of the congregation. For Pastor Barnes, it was the hurt and sense of betrayal felt by an elder and friend when Barnes decided to leave...
  • ABC primetime schedule 2013-2014

     
    ABC announced its 2013-2014 prime time schedule on Tuesday, adding fourteen new shows and a Disney/Pixar special to its programming roster. “We are taking some big swings with groundbreaking shows this season, and staying close to our roots with...
  • Republican eyes on Michigan primary

    Republican eyes on Michigan primary
    Castigated by the national party for moving their primary ahead in the nominating calendar, Michigan Republicans could inject even more volatility into the 2008 GOP presidential campaign when they go to the polls Tuesday. Although only half of the state'...
  • Williamsburg area churches

    Enrich your faith Greater Williamsburg offers many houses of worship. Whatever the denomination, the community is clearly a religious one deep in faith and conviction. Here is a sampling. St. Bede Catholic Church offers a special program several times a...
  • Sanford evangelist R.C. Sproul influences a younger generation of conservatives

    Sanford evangelist R.C. Sproul influences a younger generation of conservatives
    The pulpit of Saint Andrew's Chapel isn't off to one side in deference to the altar, as it is in a Catholic church. It isn't a lectern wheeled onto the stage after the Christian rock band sits down, as it is in many nondenominational megachurches. The...
  • Sheila Schuller Coleman: The reverend daughter

    Sheila Schuller Coleman: The reverend daughter
    Iwas 7 or 8 years old, reading my way through my kiddie encyclopedias, when I infuriated my Sunday school teacher by suggesting that the miraculous parting of the Red Sea was simply low tide. At that age, Sheila Schuller was working for her father's...
  • Doyle McManus: Shifting sands of religion and politics

    Doyle McManus: Shifting sands of religion and politics
    Of the 44 U.S. presidents, all but a handful have been affiliated with a relatively narrow list of traditional Protestant denominations. Eleven were Episcopalians (12 if you count Thomas Jefferson, whose adult beliefs are a subject of debate), eight were...
  • Around Town: Thoughts on interfaith principles

    Around Town: Thoughts on interfaith principles
    On Christmas Day in 1934, John P. Washington, the son of Irish immigrants, was ordained as a Roman Catholic priest. Shortly after Pearl Harbor, Father John was appointed as a U.S. Army chaplain. He attended chaplaincy school at Harvard with three...
  • Samuel Ruiz dies at 86; Mexican bishop championed rights of Maya Indians

    Samuel Ruiz dies at 86; Mexican bishop championed rights of Maya Indians
    For 40 years as a bishop in Mexico's impoverished Chiapas state, Samuel Ruiz championed the rights of the long-suffering Maya Indians who dominate the lush region. He learned their languages and adopted their customs into Roman Catholic practice. He also...
  • Text of President Obama's State of the Union address

    Text of President Obama's State of the Union address
    Text of President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, as provided by the White House: Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, members of Congress, distinguished guests and fellow Americans: Last month, I went to Andrews Air Force Base and welcomed...
  • On Theater: A stark, visceral telling of the Holocaust

    On Theater: A stark, visceral telling of the Holocaust
    Like their contemporaries, the Frank family of nearby Amsterdam, the Ten Booms of Haarlem, Holland, who weren't Jewish, were persecuted for providing refuge to Jews duringWorld War II. Another contrast: While Anne Frank's words survived via her famous...