The consent process for the election of the Rev. Charlie Holt ends on July 20.
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Newsweek also singled out the camp as one of the eight best in Georgia.
The coronation is a legal and profoundly religious process, with its central feature the anointing of the monarch with holy oil.
Shireen Korkzan writes for ENS that Episcopal churches will be holding festivities ranging from organizing watch parties to hosting special evensongs.
Episcopal delegates to U.N. Indigenous forum focus on ‘Doctrine of Discovery,’ following Vatican repudiation
Melodie Woerman writes for ENS that the delegates felt that addressing the doctrine’s negative impact was harder when the world’s largest Christian denomination had apparently continued to accept it.
Global church council calls for immediate ceasefire in Sudan, Episcopal relief agency reaches out to help
The Rev. Jerry Pillay, general secretary of the Geneva-based World Council of Churches, said the global organization “is deeply saddened” by the armed unrest in Sudan that has resulted in more than 400 deaths over the last two weeks.
David Paulsen of ENS writes that the public phase of the Episcopal Church’s budgeting process for 2025-27 got underway with an online listening session hosted by the Joint Budget Committee.
A set of steps on Northside Drive were clearly the remnants of someone’s home, but these steps to nothing prompted Dr. Georgianne Thomas to wonder: Who lived here and where did they go?
David Paulsen of ENS writes that the year 2021 was to have been one of celebration. Instead a series of crises delayed Clark’s consecration by 18 months.
The Diocese of Los Angeles is hosting an exhibition of art that will be on display and for sale until June 20 to benefit the diocese’s immigration and refugee ministry.
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