Three-quarters of Americans are “people of faith,” and faith communities already have the infrastructure to organize and to promote civic engagement with scientific issues, making them ideal allies in the struggle to address climate change.
Do you have recommendations of your own for remaining Christ-centered in a polarized and politically contentious era?
“The Archbishop of Canterbury was a Dormitory Officer at Iwerne holiday camp in the late 1970s, where boys from public schools learnt to develop life as Christians.”
Curry and Jennings argue that restrictions “target some of the most vulnerable people in our communities.” And, they point out, the Episcopal Church has some economic weight behind its opinions.
Visit the EPPN Refugee Advocacy page to log your calls, sign a petition, find toolkits, and read more about welcoming and supporting refugees.
The Bishops may be ready to stop asking gay clergy if they will commit to celibacy as part of their path to ordination.
The Declaration of Independence [assumes] an inalienable right to health care, as essential to the pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness,