By Robert F. Barsky, The Conversation The United Nations has warned that the war in Ukraine could create “the biggest refugee crisis this century,” with
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Written by By Elizabeth Lev. It may seem frivolous to talk about art during such a grave humanitarian crisis, but art is an essential part of the humanity of a culture, exploited by invaders and destroyed by barbarians to strike at the heart of a people’s identity.
By Linda Ryan I was shopping in the grocery store not long ago, and something occurred to me. I suddenly noticed that I slowed down
Rarely does a painting transcend time in all of these genres. Such is the uniqueness of the masterpiece known as “The Mystical Nativity” by Sandro Botticelli completed in 1501.
By Episcopal Journal St. Stephen’s Episcopal Cathedral in Harrisburg, Pa. is hosting a juried art exhibit at its Riverfront Gallery focused on racial justice, entitled
By David PaulsenEpiscopal News Service Episcopal Migration Ministries (EMM) and its affiliates mobilized to respond to an expected increase of people fleeing from Afghanistan to
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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?