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Weekly Roundup for November 2

Weekly Roundup for November 2

Episcopal Church
ENS has a story on the TEC/PCUSA dialogue (we had a story from the Presby side in last weekend’s roundup)


And in Minnesota, a Federal Office building is named after a former bishop and some clergy are trying to get the name removed because ICE offices are there


Napa, CA parish resilient in face of power outages and fire threats


St Luke’s in Portland, ME leading efforts to de-carbonize the electric grid there


Story of an expanding church from Shawnee, OK


TEC is working to answer GC’s call to respond meaningfully to the opioid crisis


Parish in Lewiston, ME dedicates peace park on portion of their property



Bishop News
Former bishop of Chicago, James Montgomery, has died


Great article on former PB Frank Griswold’s visit to an Arkansas church.


Jonathan Folts to be consecrated as bishop of SD today



Anglican Communion
Really interesting interview with a seminary head from Canada on practicing and sharing faith in a secular age


Report on recent meeting of the International Anglican-Orthodox Dialogue group



Anglican Ordinariate Turning Ten
By lowering the bar, an article claims the Ordinariate has been a success


A former CoE bishop tells of his move to the Roman Church



Other Items of Interest
In the RC world, Amazon synod calls for ordaining some married men who are already deacons


In the UK, the problem of maintaining medieval churches is becoming something of a crisis




image: colored sunlight falls across the chancel and sanctuary, St Luke’s Episcopal Church, Camillus, NY



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