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The Episcopal Church has released a Request for Proposals for the development of land in downtown Austin, Texas, that is owned by the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society on behalf of The Episcopal Church.
The Rt Revd Michael Curry, bishop diocesan of the Diocese of North Carolina has been elected by the House of Bishops to be the next Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church. The House of Deputies has confirmed the election. +Michael will be the first African American Presiding Bishop.
The Episcopal Church has released a comprehensive report assessing the Church’s work to combat racism, internally and externally. Does it give you hope? What does the report miss? What does the Church seem to be doing well?
Helen De Cruz, Asst Professor in philosophy at VU University Amsterdam, interviewed H.E. Baber, Professor in philosophy at the University of San Diego, for a series
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