Meeting in Erfurt, Germany, the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission reached a conclusion of the first part of their work on finding agreement on ecclesiology, or the structure of the church
St Luke’s Episcopal Church in Darien CT, along with many other parishes and individual Episcopalians across the U.S., are taking action, believing that the bond between the Episcopal Church in both countries must be maintained no matter what happens politically— in either country.
How often do we grope and grasp for some reassurance of God’s presence in our lives, and struggle to hold on to hope when the anxieties and pressures of life seem to crush in upon us?
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