Highlights for September

  A commentary by Donna Price on the importance of being involved. Our faith requires us to practice, not just preach, our obligation to love our neighbor as ourselves. Pamela Lewis takes a look at the true story of Rev. Michael Spurlock and the Karen refugees, the inspiration for the new film “All Saints”

Highlights for June

One preacher’s kid plays another in ‘Crusade’ God, gays, and guns collide in “The Crusade of Connor Stephens,” a play written and produced by Dewey Moss that will premiere off-Broadway in June after an award-winning workshop run last summer. ‘Soul of a Musician’ series mixes songs and faith On Sunday mornings, music at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas, …

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HIghlights for May

Oregon cathedral plays ringmaster The circus pulls into town this spring at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland, Ore., where a multimedia art show intends to reflect the spirituality of this special world. The Crucifixion: Understanding the Death of Jesus Christ By the Rev. Fleming Rutledge “Crucifixion” is a work of extraordinary scholarship, honesty and deep …

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Highlights for the month

During Lent, Christ Church Cathedral in downtown Houston mounted a participatory art installation entitled “Before I Die…” In the book “Not in God’s Name”, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks examines ‘altruistic evil,’ that is, “evil committed in a sacred cause”