Written by Diana Butler Bass. When it comes to Russian Orthodoxy, Kyiv is essentially Jerusalem.
Written by Cathleen Chittenden Bascom. Why would Presiding Bishop Michael Curry send a virtual delegation of Episcopalians, including, a theologian, an architect, a state senator, climate scientists, students, priests, and three bishops to the recent U.N. Climate Summit (CoP26)?
Written by David Fleenor. I have a voice message saved on my phone that I will never delete. I still get choked up when I listen to it. I received it mid-afternoon on April 7, 2020, as I walked from my office in the Spiritual Care Department at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York to the cafeteria.
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From the Episcopal Church Public Affairs Office. Episcopal Migration Ministries, one of nine national agencies responsible for resettling refugees and special immigrant visa holders
Working group calls Episcopalians to address harms of white supremacy, legacies of colonialism and imperialism
From the Episcopal Church Public Affairs Office. The Presiding Officers’ Working Group on Truth-Telling, Reckoning, and Healing has released a report that proposes the creation of a new organization within the Episcopal Church called the Episcopal Coalition for Racial Equity and Justice.
By Richard Ostling, Religion Unplugged. If Russian invaders continue their current aggression, how much of Ukraine will be turned to rubble, and how many innocent civilians will be dead by Aug. 31?