By Solange De Santis. Worshipers and visitors to the main sanctuary, community center and chapel at Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church in Darien, Conn. are encountering a major, 100-piece art exhibit by Ludmila Pawlowska, an artist with Ukrainian roots who is dedicating 60% of any sales to Ukrainian refugee relief.
by Peter Levenstrong Family heirlooms are a funny thing. Sometimes they’re precious, beautiful, and full of meaning. Other times they’re the sort of thing you keep hidden away, not wanting to share that part of your family history with just any visitor. Sometimes they’re both. In my family, one of the heirlooms that exemplifies this …
By Pamela A. Lewis. One of the most frequently used words in modern English is “great.” It’s an all-purpose adjective we use indiscriminately to define the quality of a wide range of people, places, things, events, and experiences, regardless of whether they deserve such high praise. “Great” has become the ultimate superlative:
Episcopal Journal issues for 2022.
By Lynn Shuler Teague
One of the many things I value about the Episcopal Church is its official position that women should have moral agency in the difficult issue of abortion. The teachings of our Church tell us that abortion is not to be used for “mere convenience” or as a substitute for birth control. However, the Church affirms the dignity and bodily autonomy of those who are pregnant and clearly opposes legislation to prohibit abortion.