Anne Graham Lotz, daughter of the world’s most famous preacher, talks about the long road to ministry.
“. . . in Spain, an unlikely candidate is being championed for sainthood . . . Antonin Gaudi died more than 80 year ago. He’s best known for his modernist masterpieces such as the still unfinished Sagrada Familia church in Barcelona.”
This week in social media has seen a lot of commentary on the Archbishop of Canterbury and the state of the Anglican communion–mostly critical–and a flurry of posts about the nor’easter that’s savaged the Mid-Atlantic. But other topics have brought about some entertaining gems.