In a Vatican visit by a top U.S. Lutheran bishop, Pope Benedict XVI praised dialogue between Lutherans and Catholics but called on both groups to ignore neither their doctrinal differences nor “a general climate of uncertainty” about truths today.
At the Alumot Dam on the edge of Kibbutz Deganya, a cooperative community located a couple of miles south of the Sea of Galilee, you can smell the Jordan River long before you see it. Once you are there, two Jordan rivers come into view.
Resolution calls for timeline for U.S. withdrawal from Iraq
Dec 13, 2005
The United Methodist Council of Bishops, meeting in early November, adopted a resolution urging President Bush to set a timeline for withdrawing all U.S. military forces from Iraq. A separate statement signed by 96 active and retired Methodist bishops expresses repentance for “our complicity in what we believe to be the unjust and immoral invasion and occupation of Iraq.”
GeneRobinson of New Hampshire, the only openly gay bishop in the worldwide Anglican Communion, met November 3 with Archbishop of Canterbury RowanWilliams, and they had what a spokesperson said were “friendly but candid talks on the range of problems that have arisen since Bishop Robinson’s consecration.” The meeting, which ended with prayer, was described as part of t