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Hijacking religious liberty

Marci A. Hamilton, of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University, says that the concept of “religious freedom” has been hijacked by those who seek political advantage and seek to overturn policy by appealing to one’s beliefs.

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Driving while black and white

Bishop Marianne Budde reflects on the experience of two priests who were stopped by the police while driving through North Carolina with members of their family.

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CoE Study guide to accompany Pastoral Letter to General Election voters

At the beginning of Lent, the Bishops of the Church of England issued a Pastoral Letter to encourage UK voters to engage with the upcoming General Election. The Episcopal Café reported on the letter in February. An online study guide has now been published to assist individuals and study groups in reading and digesting the Bishops’ letter.

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Oscar Romero, martyr

Canon C. K. Robertson says that Vatican recognition of Oscar Romero a holy martyr is significant for Episcopalians as well as Roman Catholics. Huffington Post: It

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