True liberation of gender’s vast spectrum should ask more of us than that we simply exchange one uncomfortable, oppressive identity for another.”
Day: June 4, 2015
The Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil is celebrating 125 years of mission this year. Episcopal News Service has the report. “Following autonomy, though the Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil maintained a strong connection to the U.S.-based Episcopal Church, it began to feel isolated. In 1990, at the time of the church’s centennial celebration, the primates […]
Episcopal clergy and Catholic clergy tend to be on opposite sides of the Democratic-Republican divide.
Feast day of John XXIII -elected to be a “stop-gap” pope who would reign for a short, uneventful time, he surprised everyone by convening the Second Vatican Council, an assemblage out of which came breath-taking new understandings, not only for the Catholic church but for all of us.