The life-giving and life-saving ministries of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem are the subject of this 8 minute documentary by Matthew Davies of Episcopal News Service.
Day: July 20, 2012
Bishop Stacy Sauls, Chief Operating Officer of the Episcopal Church, wrote to the Wall Street Journal in response to an op-ed that appeared in that paper called “What Ails the Episcopalians.
The greatest gift we have to offer one another is indeed our collective prayer—not merely kind wishes, not simply good intentions, but deep prayer—the ability to hold, tangibly and intentionally, others in that abundant love that flows freely and gracefully within us and among us. ~O’Neill
Archbishop Rowan Williams reviews Geze Vernes new book Christian Beginnings: From Nazareth to Nicaea, AD 30-325 which asks the how much the early church changed the teachings of Jesus.
The Rev. Jesús Reyes, Canon for Congregational Growth & Development in the Diocese of El Camino Real reflects the questions raised this weekend by Ross Douthat, saying “Yes! Liberal Christianity…and many forms of Christianity…can be saved!”
It ain’t easy being green, or a vicar, or a dad; they each come with their own special challenges, although being a frog would be hard. But what must it be like to have been an apostle? The spiritual ones among us would rejoice, like Fr Mulcahy of M*A*S*H, because they were nearer the cross …
Prayers ascend in the wake of the mass shooting at a multi-plex in Aurora, Colorado early this morning.
By Jacob Nez with help from Jeremy Blackwater and Jay Begay Every time someone whines about youth not being in Church I feel like dirt, like we who do go to church don’t exist. I am 18 and I and 41 more of us go to the Episcopal Church. We don’t always go at the …