Monthly Archives: July 2011

Abrahamic women share stories of faith and courage on panel

Abrahamic women share stories of faith and courage on panel

Rabba Sara Hurwitz declared, “There’s no such thing as pluralism, if one part of the population isn’t allowed to sit at the table.”

Hurwitz was a part of Friday’s panel in the Hall of Philosophy, “Jewish, Christian and Muslim Women Seeking Clergy Equality,” which included a moderator and three clergywomen breaking down societal barriers in their pursuit of leadership and service.

In Living into Hope, Campbell’s truth telling takes book form

In Living into Hope, Campbell’s truth telling takes book form

The famous publishing paradox is that the easiest, and often only, way to get a book published is to have had a book already published. After the Rev. Joan Brown Campbell gave an unusually personal speech at the Washington National Cathedral, a long-haired young woman from a company called Skylight Paths approached Campbell with a simple request.