Fifteen bishops have issued a joint statement in response to the recent executive orders undoing the previous administrations efforts to…
Five members have submitted a formal complaint to the Secretary of the Electoral College.
“Law enforcement priorities such as these serve to undermine public safety and sows fear in the communities in which we live and worship” – Bishop of Oregon
In a fascinating short video, the New York Times featured Medieval prayer beads, sometimes called prayer nuts, on its Daily 360. It gives an opportunity for a close up view of the exquisite minuscule boxwood carvings from the 15th and 16th centuries.
A conference called Water Justice, on the global water crisis took place this past week at Trinity Church Wall Street.
In the shadow of the cross and Good Friday, eight other state-sanctioned executions will take place. Beginning with Easter Monday, the state of Arkansas has scheduled the executions of eight death row inmates.
The final stage of the disciplinary process of the Episcopal Church against the Rt Revd Jon Bruno, bishop diocesan of the Diocese of Los Angeles, begins this Tuesday, 28 MAR. The hearing runs through Wednesday & Thursday. The hearing is regarding charges of misconduct, brought against Bishop Bruno by the members of the former mission church, St James the Great in Newport Beach.
The Archbishops of Canterbury & York have submitted the incident of the appointment of a Bishop diocesan for the Diocese of Sheffield to Sir Phillip Mawer, who is the Independent Reviewer set up by the agreement allowing women to be bishops in the Church of England.
The Acts 8 Movement is once again offering a video Episcopal churches may use for free to advertise their Easter liturgies. Following the success of a Lenten cartoon, this year’s Easter invitation is made in the same style.
Jayne Ozanne, an Evangelical Anglican in the Church of England (CoE), tackles the topic of institutionalized homophobia as she experiences it in the CoE. Jayne has been active in leadership positions in the CoE for a few decades. She was a founding member of the Archbishops’ Council on which she served from 1999 until 2004. She came out as a lesbian in FEB 2015 after trying to “pray away the gay” for a number of years, including two attempts to end her own life. Today she is again a member of the CoE General Synod and one of the chief campaigners for LGBTQ rights/rites in the CoE.
As we previously covered, there was a lone-wolf terrorist attack in London England on Wednesday. On Thursday, the Archbishop of Canterbury spoke of the attack in the House of Lords. He acknowledged both the victims, injured & deceased and the first responders at the scene.