Yesterday, two Coptic churches in Egypt where hit by suicide bombers.
The Pope calls for prayer for the Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar, after the UN releases a report on the human rights violations being committed against them.
On February 10, Washington National Cathedral will host the Prayer Vigil of Peace and Reconciliation, beginning at noon with Eucharist, and continuing for 24 hours to conclude with the ordination and consecration of the Ven. Carl Wright as the Episcopal Church’s next bishop suffragan for armed services and federal ministries.
“Do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God.” The messages of Sunday’s readings are timely reminders of our duties as Christians.
Violence against the Rohingya people continues in Rakhine State in Myanmar. Armed forces are “killing men, slaughtering children, raping women, burning and looting houses, forcing
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