Posts with the Tag 'Fleming Rutledge'

Episcopalian vicar Fleming Rutledge kept newspaper clippings dating back to the apartheid era in South Africa.  Years later, while pondering the testy tone of Psalm 85, she reflected on the yellowed words of Desmond Tutu, then Anglican bishop of Johannesburg, South Africa.  Once again Tutu’s passport had been confiscated by government officials.  And once again [...]