Religion

In Theory: Should the Washington National Cathedral be open to different faiths?

On a Friday afternoon earlier this month, a section of the Washington National Cathedral was reserved for the first-ever gathering of Muslims in the sanctuary, there for their weekly recitation of prayers. According to the Washington Post, the Very Rev. Gary Hall, dean of the cathedral who had helped arrange for the service to promote religious tolerance, said he "hoped the service would serve as the start of more efforts to work together for good." Although security was tight for the event, one heckler turned up, decrying the use of the cathedral by Muslims. The day before, the Rev....

Cartoonist Bert Ring

News-Press Cartoon: Sagebrush

News-Press Cartoon: Sagebrush

Cartoonist Bert Ring offers his take on the ongoing saga between the Glendale and La CaƱada unified school districts over a potential transfer of the Sagebrush territory.

Leader Cartoon: Water restrictions

Cartoonist Bert Ring offers his take on the Burbank City Council's 4-1 vote -- with Mayor David Gordon proposing a more lenient policy -- to maintain outdoor water restrictions.

News-Press Cartoon: 100 Years Down the Drain

Cartoonist Bert Ring's take on the fact that after 100 consecutive years of building floats that make their way through Pasadena streets on New Year's Day, the Glendale City Council didn't vote to allocate any funds for a 2015 submission nor were enough donations raised.

 

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