It’s tough to keep papal election proceedings secret in the information age. U.S. Cardinals have been “slapped down” for conducting daily press briefings on what’s happening at the Vatican these days, according to one observer. The Washington Post reports:
Day: March 6, 2013
Dale Regan, the head of the Episcopal School of Jacksonville, Florida, who was killed in her office one year ago today, was remembered at a memorial service this morning. Students, faculty, family and friends gathered under the majestic old oak tree at the center of the school’s campus, Florida, a spot Regan particularly loved. A […]
Anglican Communion News Service reports that this week’s three-day Indaba process focused on the issue of violence has been hailed a success by participants. It was the first of the church’s Indaba gatherings designed specifically for women:
When you know yourself to be securely grounded in God, there is an essential sense of safety that can liberate us from the fear and anxiety that accompanies so many troubles. It is a state much to be desired. It is a gift that takes faith to receive.
Paul is an icon of that security.
From the Charleston Post & Courier: The leader of the local Episcopal Church authority filed suit in federal court Tuesday against the Rt. Rev. Mark Lawrence, bishop of the independent Diocese of South Carolina, in a counter-offensive meant to resolve an identity dispute.
By Dan Webster Deputies at last year’s General Convention seemed pretty clear about the Episcopal Church selling its New York City headquarters building and moving Church Center offices out of Manhattan. Last month the Executive Oversight Committee recommended the headquarters stay put at 815 Second Avenue. The report to Executive Council listed several reasons including […]