“Art can be healing for those who create it and for those who view it,” she said. “This is certainly true for me as an artist — great art therapy. I hope it works for my audience.”
You could call these artists book lovers, but only in the way that you could call Michelangelo a marble lover or Edward Scissorhands a tree lover.
As many have for the past 26 years, thousands of people will take part in a cherished Christmas tradition when they view a display of nativity scenes from Washington National Cathedral’s extensive crèche collection.
With the help of a three-piece suit, pipe and a wig of thinning, combed-back hair, Max McLean transforms into Lewis and tells his story to the audience.
In the book “Not in God’s Name”, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks examines ‘altruistic evil,’ that is, “evil committed in a sacred cause”
Building friendships and strengthening relationships characterized Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s first official visit to Asia and Southeast Asia in February. The trip included a visit to China, where he and his staff met with government officials and leaders of the Protestant Christian Church.
Two years ago, Episcopal Journal marked the 75th anniversary of Episcopal Migration Ministries by highlighting stories of former refugees now resettled in the United States, finding new hope and building productive lives.
Bishop Stacy Sauls, former chief operating officer of the Episcopal Church, on Jan. 20 filed a lawsuit in an Alabama circuit court against the church, seeking damages in connection with his departure from that position.
A Virginia sculptor renowned nationally for her work and an Episcopal church nestled in California’s Carmel Valley have received international recognition for outstanding creativity and design in this year’s Religious Art and Architecture Design Awards program.