The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church is not letting any grass grow under her feet. She's a keynote speaker at a number of conferences, all of which will give her a chance to speak about our faith in Jesus to the leaders of this nation.
The Episcopal News Service has the details:
Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori will address topics of faith in three conferences in October: Fortune's "Most Powerful Women Annual Summit"; an interreligious panel with the Dalai Lama at Emory University; and Maria Shriver's Annual "The Women's Conference," according to a press release from the Episcopal Churc's public affairs office.
Didn't people warn us that the Episcopal Church was going to be marginalized if we embraced social justice and the inclusion of all of God's creation into a redeemed and reconciled relationship with their Creator? Doesn't seem to be slowing the P.B. down very much, or marginalizing her voice does it?