Climate change: the religious issue you didn’t know about

California Episcopalians move towards 'partnership' with political movement

The following comes from a March 30 Episcopal News Service article by Lynette Wilson:   [Episcopal News Service] When California Bishop Marc Andrus wants to engage people in a conversation about climate change he doesn’t throw statistics at them, rather he begins with a question like: When was the last time you had an experience of wonder in the natural world? “If … [Read more...]

Presidential hopeful is guided by Catholic faith

How Jeb Bush has changed after his conversion

The following comes from a March 17 New York Times article by Michael Paulson: Twenty years after Jeb Bush converted to Catholicism, the religion of his wife, following a difficult and unsuccessful political campaign that had put a strain on his marriage, his faith has become a central element of the way he shapes his life and frames his views on public policy. And now, … [Read more...]