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Bellini’s painting technique embodies Franciscan values

Bellini’s “Saint Francis in Ecstasy” is in the Frick Collection, New York. Image/Wikimedia Commons By Dennis Raverty Giovanni Bellini’s “Saint Francis in Ecstasy,” in the collection of the Frick Museum in New York, embodies both the Franciscan sense of poverty and its attitude towards nature, not only in the style and…

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Finding ‘Sacred Ground’: Thousands connect with Episcopal Church’s film-based series on racism’s historic roots

Jenny Fife introduces Sacred Ground to the discussion circle that Fife formed at St. John’s Church in Roanoke, Va. Photo/courtesy of Jenny Fife By David Paulsen
, Episcopal News Service When protests against racial injustice erupted nationwide in late spring, the dioceses of Northwestern Pennsylvania and Western New York invited Episcopalians to…

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Vacation Bible schools, camps, youth trips on hold for summer

Campers and counselors in Minnesota pose in 2019. Photo/courtesy of the Episcopal Church in Minnesota By G. Jeffrey MacDonald Nine-year-old Caleb Barnett of Edina, Minn., wasn’t the only one getting a bit teary in May when he reluctantly reached for his 2020 calendar and crossed off Christian camp, cancelled because of…

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