Young adults 18 to 30 years old are invited to apply for a Young Adult Pilgrimage to Ferguson, MO on October 8 – 12 sponsored by the Episcopal Church
Day: August 27, 2015
Between now and the end of the year, the Church will witness the installation of the 27th Presiding Bishop, the consecrations of two bishops, the election of one bishop, and the consent processes underway for two bishops-elect will draw to a close.
In tip to ecumenical efforts, the Vatican has announced its support to change the name of a Roman plaza to honor Martin Luther
Chinese officials arrest activists and human rights lawyer in ongoing campaign aimed at Christian churches
British Library has lent the Codex Sinaiticus to the British Museum for exhibit on faith traditions in Egypt
Author and photographer Karen Walrond interviews the Reverend Sarah T. Condon for Quiet Revolution about simultaneously being an introvert and an Episcopal priest. As a teenager, Condon discovered the possibility of Episcopal priesthood: I started to articulate that this was what I was going to do probably around the age of 10. And then, I […]
Judas is our beloved, part of the Body of Christ. Judas is right here with us, in those we love most, and in ourselves as well. The Body of Christ includes the betrayer. What do we make of that fact? What do we allow it to teach us?