Bishop Brian Seage of Mississippi has decided that clergy in the diocese may perform marriages for same-sex couples without advance permission.
Episcopalians across the church wore orange shirts, orange ribbons and even orange liturgical stoles June 2 as a sign of their commitment to reducing gun violence in their communities.
The Iona Community has begun a major capital campaign to preserve the ancient monastery and meet the needs of the many pilgrims who come to the island for prayer and spiritual refreshment.
Thirty years after seven students and two teachers died on Oregon’s Mount Hood, Oregon Episcopal School honors their memory with a day of service.
NPR talk show host Diane Rehm talks about her experience caring for her husband, John, during his final days and the need to open the conversation about end of life care, including the right to die.
A new residential college at Yale University will be named for the Rev. Dr. Anna Pauline Murray, the first African-American woman to be ordained an Episcopal priest.