Pope Francis continues to follow the high standard he has set for his fellow bishops by accepting the resignations of two further prelates.
Day: July 18, 2015
The Community of St. Anselm is an initiative of the Archbishop of Canterbury inviting young people from all over the world to join a monastic community for one year at Lambeth Palace.
Fifty years ago this August 20, Daniels, a young Episcopal seminarian, was murdered in Hayneville, Ala., while participating in the civil rights movement. The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia will remember and reflect on this remarkable man on Sunday, August 16 — the Sunday nearest the anniversary of his death.
A little known office in the Episcopal Church is the Custodian of the Standard Book of Common Prayer. The most recent Custodian, the 8th Custodian of the Standard Book of Common Prayer, the Revd Canon Gregory M Howe, has recently retired from his position.
Eventually he would write a book, A Brief Description of the Destruction of the Indies, describing the activities and tortures the natives had experienced at the hands of the Spanish. He wanted to create towns where natives and Spaniards could live side-by-side and with equality for both as a form of reparation.