- Jun 19, 2021
When Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds last week announced new coronavirus restrictions for Iowans, including broad mask-wearing requirements and restrictions on the size of gatherings, she excluded religious activities.
Bishop Munib Younan told an audience in Rock Island it is “imperative that all religions teach their adherents to see the Image of God in those who are different.”
When representatives from different Christian churches gathered in Rome to talk about exorcism with Catholic seminarians last week, one frightening point that came up was that an increasing number of people are choosing to be possessed.
“We have to keep finding ways to respect each other and pray with each other,” Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone of the Catholic Diocese of Charleston, said. “We need to continue moving forward and strengthening our relationships with each other so we can work together in deeper faith.” The bishop was speaking at a joint service with Lutherans to mark the Reformation’s 500th anniversary.
Father Dwight Longenecker has a proposal for Protestants who might like to be in communion with Rome while still maintaining their own church and traditions, and it is creating something akin to the Anglican ordinariate. With the 500th anniversary of Luther’s separation upon us, Longenecker asks why not replicate the ordinariate model for the Lutherans?
In an interview released today, Pope Francis reveals why he had not wanted to celebrate Mass with the Catholic community in Sweden next week, as well as the Lutherans he has known and what Catholics can learn from them.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The mayor of Sioux Falls said the city will not paint over religious messages that parochial school students put on city-owned snow plow blades unless it is legally forced to do so. Mayor Mike Huether told KELO-AM radio on Tuesday that the city is holding firm
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Two private schools in Sioux Falls have been asked to repaint city-owned snow plow blades after a group complained about student artwork with religious themes. Students at Lutheran High School and Sioux Falls Lutheran School painted the plows for the city’s Paint the Plows program. The