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Ending Gun Violence is Our Prayer

Gun Violence is strain and drain on society as a whole; however, the trauma and devastation happens in communities where we live and call home. There has been yet another mass shooting in our country,...

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Bishop on Affirmative Action: Why the Church Should Speak Up

The recent decision by the majority of the Supreme Court justices to end Affirmative Action based on race in the college admissions process should alarm all justice-seeking Americans. Christians—and those who value a more equitable...

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From Bishop’s Desk: Because He Lives

The Resurrection of JesusWhen the sabbath was over, Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of James, and Salome bought spices, so that they might go and anoint him. And very early on the first day...

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It snowed today – a poem by Bishop Trimble

It snowed todayAnd I was GladNovember whiteThe trees adorned It snowed todayAs God’s helloThe children playedAnd all was wellFall gave way toWinter teaseLike ornamentsOn naked trees It snowed todayNot everywhereAnd God remindsMe how to careFor...

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Bishop responds to shooting at Greenwood Park Mall

I was working on a report about the Church’s response to gun violence as I watched the news conference regarding the shooting at the Greenwood Park Mall in Indianapolis.

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