Recently, the Crusty Old Dean published a blog post on ageism in the church. He was responding to the age demographics of the nominees put forward by the Joint Nominating Committee. COD noted that “60% of the nominees were over the age of 60, and 81% were over the age of 50.” His theory is that this is due to systemic ageism against young people. As a young Episcopalian myself, I can vouch for there being a lot of obstacles […]
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The Episcopal Church Executive Council, at its January meeting in Linthicum Heights, MD, approved the recipients of the Constable Fund Grants, totaling $200,000 for six projects.
A North Carolina Episcopal church has been instrumental in the founding of a loan closet for medical equipment.
The Primates of the Global South met in Cairo last week. The Anglican Church in North America shared their communique. The bulk of its message was concerned once more with moves towards marriage equality in parts of the Anglican Communion:
We express our sadness for the decision taken by the Scottish Episcopal Church to change its doctrine of marriage and are thankful for the faithful remnant of the Scottish Anglican Network that continues to contend for God’s Word. We are also […]
Today, thousands of religious leaders from a wide variety of backgrounds met in Washington, DC to protest social and racial injustice in a protest called “One Thousand Ministers March for Justice”.
In an op-ed for the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Rev. Benjamin Campbell, of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, calls for us to tear down the “real” monuments of the Confederacy: the systemic oppression of African Americans.
A small village in Alaska copes with climate change.
“At the appropriate time we will work on ways that I will be reintegrated into our common life and leadership. In the meantime I ask that you keep Kaye, me and our family in your daily prayers, as we will keep you in ours.” – Bishop Doug Hahn
I miss the dark of night, where no light is present except the sky
Revealing the deep beauty of darkness, a communion of soul
Let loose from its bounds of earth, to wander the stars free
An invitation to lose yourself in the depths of anonymity, where
No one will see nor does it matter if they do, because you walk
An unknown path sprinkled by the stars of the night, spilled beyond
The edge and released in the fullness of old thoughts, stories
Let go into […]
Episcopal Café’s former editor, Jim Naughton, is raising funds for Episcopal Relief and Development running with the House of Deputies team. The Café urges you to contribute in his name to thank him for his vision of a progressive church news site. Click here to learn more.
Hey, I believe in the work of Episcopal Relief and Development and the Episcopal Church’s House of Deputies, so running on behalf of the latter to raise money for the former seemed like an excellent opportunity. Please […]