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Among those in attendance was Archbishop George Stallings.
Archbishop Stallings is the founder of an Imani temple for African-American Catholics, and serves as the Co-President of the American Clergy Leadership Conference (ACLC). He was born to a Roman Catholic mother and was blessed in marriage to a Japanese woman by Rev. Moon and Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon at the FFWPU Holy Marriage Blessing Ceremony. Rev. Moon named Archbishop Stallings' two sons Shin-Young and Young-Pal. During an interview prior to the event, Archbishop Stallings shared, "Rev.
Archbishop Stallings also serves on the Executive Board of the American Clergy Leadership Conference, an inter-religious and interracial coalition in America and the President and CEO of SKS Press, a publishing company in Suitland, Maryland.
Stallings is an explosive author, speaker, preacher and a charismatic evangelist with engagements that have spanned the country, from Harvard University to Howard University, and from West Angeles Church of God in Christ in Los Angeles, California, to the Greater Allen Cathedral in Jamaica (Queens), New York. He is the author of the acclaimed and explosive book: "I Am…living in the rhythm of the god within - in the key of g minor," published by SKS Press. Currently, he is writing a children's book entitled, "I'm a lil g," as well as his autobiography, "Confessions of a Renegade Priest." A native of New Bern, North Carolina, Stallings is the oldest of six children born on March 17, 1948, to George and Dorothy Stallings. Archbishop Stallings - Media Library Archbishop Stallings - Facebook E-Mail: ArchBishop Stallings
Archbishop George Stallings, chairman of the American Clergy Leadership Conference, explained why he had led efforts in 2003 to de-emphasize the cross as a symbol of Jesus' triumph and resurrection and replace it with the symbol of the crown of victory.
Alluding to the Gospel hymn, "The Old Rugged Cross," Archbishop Stallings explained, "We realized that the cross was, in fact, a stumbling block for our Jewish brothers, a symbol that has been a contradiction to those who have not accepted our faith, and we exchanged the cross for a crown." One of Israel's most respected rabbis and a signer of the Jerusalem Declaration in 2003, told the gathering, "My feeling about this ceremony, is that it is so wonderful to hear how Archbishop [Stallings] has repented for the actions of those who have misused the cross. In Judaism we give a high place to those who admit their mistakes. The two embraced on the stage and joined in the signature ceremony of MEPI, the mixing of waters from the representatives of many faith traditions. Participants included Archbishop Stallings, as well as Eliya Kranz, representing Judaism; Imam Dawud Assad of the United States; Ven Bessho Keisuke, representing Buddhism; Rev. Young Shik An, Chair of UPF-Europe; Dr. Abraham Shalom Haim; and Sheik Ali Birani, a leader of the Druze religion [pictured left to right in the photo above].
Archbishop George Stallings, the ACLC's executive committee chairman, says the cross is an obstacle to peace between Muslims, Jews, and Christians, and that churches should take down their crosses to symbolize Christian "willingness to remove any barrier that stands in the way of us coming together as people of faith."Mainstream Christian leaders are calling the request "outrageously bigoted."
Unleash and Rise: A Sermon by Archbishop G.A. Stallings at Imani Temple, African American Catholic CongregationLost in Translation: A Sermon by Archbishop G.A. Stallings at Imani Temple, African American Catholic Congregation Why the word became flesh: A Sermon by Archbishop G.A. Stallings at Imani Temple, African American Catholic Congregation Audio If you were using a Java-enabled browser, you would see the clipstream applet instead of this text. To Listen to more of Archbishop Stallings go here