Episcopal churches and institutions are preparing to mark Blessed Absalom Jones’ pioneering life as an abolitionist and the first African American ordained an Episcopal priest.
Episcopal leaders joined those from other Christian denominations at a service led by Pope Francis in Rome as part of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, writes Egan Millard of Episcopal News Service.
The patriarchs and heads of the churches in Jerusalem, including Archbishop Hosam Naoum of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, issued on Jan. 30 a statement on the increasing violence in the Holy Land. They called upon “all parties to practice
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry issued a pastoral word after the Memphis Police Department issued body-camera footage of the beating of Tyre Nichols.
Four contemporary Maine artists, including the Rev. David Matson, an Episcopal priest, are represented at an exhibit called “The Art of Assemblage: Myth, Mystery and Spirituality” at the University of Maine at Augusta.
The Cuatro Puntos (“Four Points”) group is wrapping up its series focusing on contemporary chamber music by Ukrainian composers.
This week David is joined by Charlette and our very special guest The Rt. Rev. Dr. Susan Brown Snook, Bishop diocesan of the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego.