From the Episcopal Church Public Affairs Office. Episcopal Migration Ministries, one of nine national agencies responsible for resettling refugees and special immigrant visa holders
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?
Review by Pamela A. Lewis. This fifth and latest in the series of “The Way of” anthologies is a compilation of poems, stories, essays, and prayers authored by a diverse group of past and contemporary figures on the subject of peace.
Written by By Pat McCaughan. For Prism staff and volunteers, the need to be companions and to share Communion with those in local jails and detention centers in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic has never been more urgent or more rewarding.
In the summer of 2020, two Diocese of Kansas task forces proposed an Written by y Chad Senuta. art project intended to bring greater awareness of injustice and of the question, “Who is my neighbor?” that Jesus asks in the story of the Good Samaritan.
Women have made great progress in business and politics, but in the world of male-dominated religious faiths, acceptance in leadership roles is still difficult to achieve, although slow change is happening.
Books for Christmas Mr. Nicholas: A magical Christmas taleBy Christopher de Vinck, Paraclete Press, 157 pp Review by Kristine MorrisIn Christopher de Vinck’s novel “Mr. Nicholas,” a hardened newspaperman’s life is rocked by a small boy’s love and an encounter with a mysterious old man. On his way to interview a beekeeper, Jim sees Anna’s …
The Gospel according to a sitcom writer By James Cary If you can’t see the jokes in the Bible, maybe you’re not taking it seriously. “The Gospel According to a Sitcom Writer” by James Cary (who has written for several British TV shows) is a riotous but reverent examination of the Gospels. What’s the first …
Finding comfort in the Prayer Book during the pandemic By David C. McDuffie Since COVID-19 has forever changed life as we knew it, we have become accustomed to hearing a constant refrain recognizing our anxiety, fears, and loss. “I hope you are doing well in these strange times” became a staple of email messages I …