Previous news of Margaret Bullitt-Jonas
Below is a selection of news that has been featured on the Holy Hunger home page. For recent press about Margaret, visit the Press page.
- "God So Loved The World," a slideshow for Christians about climate change, has been released (check the Multimedia section).
In August 2011 Margaret joined an interfaith protest against the proposed 'tar sand' oil pipeline from Canada. Read more at www.episcopalchurch.org.
- Audio recordings of Margaret's Good Friday meditations at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Boston, are now on line: Meditation #1 • Meditation #2 • Meditation #3
- In May 2011, Margaret gave a keynote address on the sacredness of Creation for the 130th Annual Meeting of Episcopal Church Women, Diocese of Connecticut.
- Margaret helped to create the Interfaith Call for 350. It was publicly released on Sunday, May 17, 2009 at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City, in a ceremony involving the Episcopal Bishop of New York, Mark Sisk; Bill McKibben; and other people of faith. Help us come together across our beliefs, worldwide, to act to sustain this blessing of life on earth by adding your voice to the call today.
- Margaret was one of the authors of "A Call to Action from the House of Bishops of Province VIII," which challenges Episcopalians to adopt the Genesis Covenant, to reduce their carbon footprint, and to work toward stabilizing the climate.
- On April 24, 2009, Margaret was a featured speaker, and led two workshops during Ministry for Earth Community, a one-day conference at Harvard Divinity School.
- Margaret spoke at Healing God's Planet in Peril, a 2008 conference at Andover Newton Theological School exploring the climate crisis scientifically and theologically. Other speakers included author Bill McKibben, climate scientists, and leaders in the Christian environmental movement.
- As a member of the Genesis Covenant steering committee, Margaret was a panelist at the 2008 Seattle conference, Healing our Planet Earth: Singing a New Song of Hope.