Each week, we highlight stories from our newsfeed on Prismatic. No account is required to see what we think is worth reading, so visit our profile often! We update it daily so there is usually something new to check out. Here is a sample of what we liked this week:
Bravo, Boston Globe: An Episcopal anti-violence winner by Get Religion
I love a good story. Thanks to Lisa Wangsness, Godbeat writer for the Boston Globe, I got to read one. Wangsness paints an artful image of 19-year-old Jorge Fuentes a year after he was struck and killed by a stray bullet while walking his dog.
Re-Imagining task force asks for input through Engagement Kit by Episcopal News Service
The Task Force for Re-Imagining the Episcopal Church (TREC) has posted its Engagement Kit and invites input and comments from Episcopalians.
Random Bedtimes Breed Bad Behavior In Kids by NPR
Parents learn the hard way that late bedtimes make for cranky kids the next day. But inconsistent bedtimes may have a greater effect on children's behavior, a study says.
Healthy Breasts: What Everyone Should Know by Greatist
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime. In the United States, 220,000 women and 2,150 men are diagnosed with the disease each year. The good news? As with any cancer, early detection saves lives. With education about how to identify potential symptoms, men and women can learn preventative behaviors and early detection skills.
Indigenous Ministries by the Episcopal Digital Network
Every year on Columbus Day, the United States is reminded of the tragic history of how the “New World” was “discovered” in 1492 – a land already populated by over 15 million indigenous peoples.
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