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The story of the contested episcopal election in the Diocese of Haiti has taken yet another turn, as the Presiding Bishop’s Office today has given notice that consents have not been received: On 3 January 2019, the 120-day canonically mandated period for gathering consents to the ordination and consecration of the Venerable Joseph…(Read More)

2018 In Review


It’s a busy world out there, with a lot going on. It can be challenging to discern in the daily flow of events what might end up mattering the most down the road. But we’ll try anyway; here’s our roundup of what we thought were the stories we’ll be looking back…(Read More)

The Top Ten from 2018


In case you missed it, here are our top ten (plus a bonus) most-read stories from the previous twelve months…(Read More)

The Diocese of Florida this week moved forward with the demolition of the former St. Michael’s Church in Gainesville, in anticipation of selling the property to a developer and over the objections of the local community. The Gainesville Sun reports that, Diocese officials accelerated efforts to demolish the church after some residents began pushing…(Read More)

“To speak God’s love fluently, we must share the heart of God, and we begin to do that through our response to the baby in the manger because in him, unlike us, there is no disconnect between his words and his actions. We over-promise and under-deliver. God under promises in the event…(Read More)

Merry Christmas!


From all of us here at the Episcopal Cafè, we wish you and all who are dear to you every blessing of this season…(Read More)

ACNS reports that Archbishop Bernard Ntahoturi has resigned as the Director of the Anglican Centre at Rome following allegations of sexual misconduct. The resignation was announced today in a statement by the Centre’s Governors – its independent board of trustees. They said: “the Governors of the Anglican Centre in Rome have accepted the resignation of…(Read More)

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