Parental incarceration on kids, families and communities

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the devastating toll of parental incarceration on kids, families and communities. A report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

The saying is all too familiar: Do the crime, do the time. But in America’s age of mass incarceration, millions of children are suffering the consequences of their parents’ sentences and our nation’s tough-on-crime practices

See report HERE

It’s On Us, Too: An Open Letter to Theological Schools About Sexual Assault

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Invitation to join a national campaign calling on seminaries and theological schools to take the lead on training those in ministry to respond to domestic and sexual violence. More information HERE … [Continue reading]

Christian Leaders meet in Atlanta for Summit on Peace for Israel & Palestine

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   About 100 US and Palestinian Christian leaders are meeting at the Carter Center in a summit about the plight of Palestian Christians and all Palestinians. The Summit is titled: Pursuing Peace and Strengthening Presence-The Atlanta Summit … [Continue reading]

Disciples of Christ Ecumenical Officer Robert K. Welsh Retires

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Leaders of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), ecumenical colleagues, friends and family gathered on Saturday, April 9 to celebrate the ministry of Rev. Robert K. Welsh. After serving in different ministerial positions for more than 45 … [Continue reading]

USCCB Archbishop Kurtz statement on Amoris Laetitia

Pope Francis’s Love Letter Invites Deeper Reflection On The Beauty Of Marriage And Christ’s Teaching, USCCB President Says April 8, 2016 WASHINGTON—Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville, Kentucky, president of the U.S. Conference … [Continue reading]