Young adults 18 to 30 years old are invited to apply for a Young Adult Pilgrimage to Ferguson, MO on October 8 – 12 sponsored by the Episcopal Church
In tip to ecumenical efforts, the Vatican has announced its support to change the name of a Roman plaza to honor Martin Luther
Chinese officials arrest activists and human rights lawyer in ongoing campaign aimed at Christian churches
Author and photographer Karen Walrond interviews the Reverend Sarah T. Condon for Quiet Revolution about simultaneously being an introvert and…
Trinity Ecumenical Parish, in the Episcopal Diocese of Southwestern Virginia, has opened its doors to emergency personnel and law enforcement…
‘The “senior salute” was not part of the culture when I attended St. Paul’s from 1997 to 2000, nor was it around for students who graduated just five years ago.’
He is honored for his article “Wake the Devil from His Dream: Thomas Dudley, Quincy Ewing, Religion, and the ‘Race Problem’ in the Jim Crow South” published in the December 2014 issue of Anglican and Episcopal History. The selection committee noted the article makes excellent use of primary and secondary sources to create two portraits in a landscape of racial division that we, sadly, still recognize today.
Is a universal basic income a realistic proposition? Should people of faith support it?