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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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.
Episcopalians are invited to celebrate Episcopal religious orders and communities during the first observance of Religious Life Sunday, Jan. 22.