Transforming Actions You Can Take

Submitted by P Russell on Sun, 02/23/2020 - 09:10

Speak up, speak out.  Be informed.

Thanks be to God, Bishop Budde of the Washington, DC Diocese denounced the president's actions and use of St. John's.  Here are part of her words, and encourage you to read the entire Washington Post article linked below: 

"'I am outraged,' Budde said in a telephone interview a short time later, pausing between words to emphasize her anger as her voice slightly trembled. [...] 'I am the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington and was not given even a courtesy call, that they would be clearing [the area] with tear gas so they could use one of our churches as a prop,' Budde said. [...]

"'We so dissociate ourselves from the messages of this president,' she said. 'We hold the teachings of our sacred texts to be so, so grounding to our lives and everything we do, and it is about love of neighbor and sacrificial love and justice.'" 

America Magazine 




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