Caught in a traffic snarl that would cause homicides in New York or Boston, Filipinos rarely use the horn.
The Bishop of Central Florida is encouraged by bishops’ discussions in Taiwan.
The Rev. Canon Mark Harris: “The Presiding Bishop does not use words carelessly.”
Andrew Goddard: “Things cannot and should not ever be the same again for Scotland or the rest of the United Kingdom.”
Bishop Greg Rickel: “[T]here is no doubt we should go, more often, and learn, and then share. We will do that here.”
“When [clergy] become doubtful about the truth of the gospel, they will tend to replace it by other ‘causes.’”
Francis J. Beckwith: “At what point does a sport’s physicality shift … to gladiatorial exhibitionism?”
“The number of flags on the dais should not be a point of boasting, but a source a mild embarrassment.”
Joani Peacock: “Directly asking a person whether they are thinking of suicide can save that person’s life.”
“What my friend needed … isn’t ‘well, I guess he’s at peace now.’”