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Bishop Curry to Preach in Fond du Lac

The FDL Reporter notes that Presiding Bishop Michael Curry is coming to Wisconsin as part of the Way of Love series of revivals this weekend.

Imagine the power of love.

This is what Episcopal Church’s Presiding Bishop Michael Curry asked guests at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle to do as he gave the sermon at the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in May 2018.

On Sunday, he will […]

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Episcopal Churches in Germany respond to Yom Kippur attack

“We are … keenly aware of the long and grievous history of the church in denying its historic connection to the Jewish people, and in failing to speak with moral clarity when Jewish communities have been singled out for discrimination and violence. … We will not fail to remind our communities of the profound errors of the past, when the church made easy alliance with the evils of white supremacy and nationalism.”

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Vt. Episcopal Bishop Shannon MacVean-Brown On Inclusivity, Community And ‘Creation Care’

In an interview this morning with the NPR station in Vermont, Bishop MacVean-Brown shared her reflections on her new ministry.

“If the church is going to really, truly be inclusive, like we dream, people that have been excluded are actually the ones that are experts on how that can happen,” MacVean-Brown said. “Once I grabbed onto that, I realized, ‘Okay, I can’t remain a priest just for black people.’ And that’s where I was. I was the rector of […]

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