The survey results demonstrate a clear difference in models of employment by geography and gender, and a decline in the “old model” of full-time employment at a single Episcopal entity until retirement.
The Anglican Communion Environmental Network (ACEN) has joined forces with the Global Catholic Climate Movement (GCCM) to produce a multi-lingual Lenten carbon fast focusing on waste, food, energy and water; with a final “Week of Appreciating Nature” in the run up to Holy Week.
I want to say to all of you who read the Episcopal Café, and especially to you young visionaries out there, that the Episcopal Church is yours to do with what you want.
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