What We Read This Week


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Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week!


Anglicans at a crossroads

It’s going to be a busy summer for the Anglican Church of Canada. In July, the General Synod meets and one of the most divisive issues will be a motion from the Synod itself proposing to reform the marriage canon to include same-sex couples. In other words, Canadian Anglican churches being allowed — but not compelled — to conduct same-gendered marriages…Read Full Article

From UCObserver


Suddenly Paralyzed, 2 Men Struggle To Recover From Guillain-Barre

For Tim Goliver and Luther Glenn, the worst illness of their lives started in the same way — probably after having a stomach bug…Read Full Article

From npr


Should we be fighting the climate crisis like we fought World War II?

In World War II, the government essentially used its powers to get industry to stop making cars and start making tanks and planes, to ration needed war materials, and to basically take over the economy for the war effort. Today, some environmentalists want to see a similarly massive effort in response to a different type of existential threat: climate change…Read Full Article

From treehugger


Pope says church should study ordaining women as deacons

The evolutionary Christian spirituality thinker talks about the evolution of the soul, the limitations of the human experience and his new book…Read Full Article

From CNN


With More Americans Going Far Left (And Right), an Anti-Corporate Agenda Takes Shape

Voters hit hardest by free-trade economics are rebelling against the status quo. We can use that energy to build a powerful, grassroots movement for democracy…Read Full Article

From yes!magazine

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Author:Wood Lake Publishing

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