Ever since my freshman year, I have toted around the same dog-eared, taped up, Revised Standard Version Bible that I bought in a college book store. It is an old friend, and I am deeply grateful to the American Bible Society for introducing us. Now when I see it, there is a pang of hurt and heartbreak.
Tag: News reports
With General Convention’s legislative work set to end at 6:30 CST on July 13, the rush to work through more than 500 resolutions continued on Thursday.
Although Episcopalians have been trickling into Austin for the last several days and legislative committee sessions have begun, today, July 5, marked the official start of the 79th General Convention (#GC79). Here is your roundup of today’s top stories.
A private Episcopal school in Texas is being sued by a former students and his parents claiming that the student was bullied because of his race. The school, after giving one-day suspensions to the admitted bullies, is claiming that that it cannot open their records on this matter because it is a religious school.
The following is a press release from the Church of England:
The next Bishop of London will be the Rt Rev Sarah Mullally DBE, currently Bishop of Crediton, 10 Downing Street has announced today.
Bishop Sarah will succeed the Rt Rev and Right Hon Richard Chartres KCVO, who retired as Bishop of London earlier this year. She will be installed as the 133rd Bishop of London at St Paul’s Cathedral in the new year.
Bishop Sarah was […]
Archbishop Suheil Dawani of the Diocese of Jerusalem has been elected as the next Primate of the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East.
A task force studying the ministry of bishops is working on “What does the church in 2017 need in bishops?” The Task Force on the Episcopacy was established by Resolution D004 of the 2015 General Convention.
“There is a confluence of issues influencing our work,” says the Very Rev. Gary Hall, a retired dean of Washington National Cathedral who serves on the task force’s canonical issues sub-committee. “Heather Cook and the lack of disclosure to the electing body is one. […]
An Arkansas County Circuit Court judge, Wendell Griffen, issued a restraining order against the state on Friday, temporarily staying the executions of eight men, which had been scheduled to begin on Monday night.
The fight against President Trump’s executive orders to turn away refugees, deport undocumented immigrants and build a wall along the Mexican border is about to escalate in many American churches.
The Episcopal Divinity School of Cambridge, Massachusetts, and the Union Theological Seminary in New York City, have announced that the two historic seminaries will pursue an affiliation agreement.