More than 650 Episcopalians joined Bishop Tom Shaw and an estimated 10,000 others in making a witness against gun violence by walking the Mother’s Day Walk for Peace in Dorchester.
Bishop Tom Shaw of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts makes a visit to the Boston Marathon memorial site and is moved to wonder how we’re willing to get at the root causes of violence.
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings, Ebo Patel, founder and executive director of Interfaith Youth Core, tells Odyssey Networks that the world needs interfaith leaders now more than ever.
Bishop Mary Glasspool of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles shot some video while she was in Washington walking the Way of the Cross as a witness against gun violence on Monday of Holy Week. Here she reflects on what she saw and heard.
A man in a coffee shop asks Bishop Tom Shaw: “Did anybody thank you for getting out of bed yet today, Tom?”
Bishop Stephen Lane: As one wag put it, The Episcopal Church is a hierarchical church with a meeting at the top.
Bishop Tom Shaw: Lent is the season of the church’s year when we understand our intimate relationship with God in the deepest parts of who we are.
Religious leaders in Newtown wrestle with questions of forgiveness in the wake of the mass shooting of children in December. From Odyssey Network.
Is: war, poverty, racism. Isn’t: “smoking a couple of joints a week.”
Odyssey Networks tells the story of a Chicago couple who have responded to the extreme poverty they encountered in Haiti.