Some people equate the word “radio” with FDR’s fireside chats, helter-skelter antennae and news broadcasts. Younger people may conjure up images of stereos and Sirius FM. Ken Hardley wants to bring back the former.
Rossen Milanov was conducting and vacationing in Europe until July 21. In the next 38 days, he will work on four different continents. He technically lives in both Philadelphia and Spain, but he also works in Bulgaria.
One could say that Milanov’s life is full of travel.
Shane Claiborne’s Friday Interfaith Lecture was a medley of inspirational stories, demonstrating that the teachings of Jesus Christ still have the potential to upset systems that oppress the poor and marginalized.
And if Christians are not doing that, Claiborne believes, then they are not doing what they have been called to do.
The neighborhood of Kensington, Pa., is prime for resurrection.
It was once a hub of the working class. Native and immigrant workers hustled to and from factories, producing everything from textiles to glass to hats. Cathedrals, schools and homes were stuffed together so tightly that one could reach through a neighbor’s window and grab a bedpost.