A few days after a series of terrorist attacks devastated France and Lebanon, Muslim and Christian leaders gathered in Paris for an evening of discussions about peace-making efforts.
Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael B. Curry addresses the current Syrian refugee crisis.
Church services and vigils have been held throughout the world in response to the terror attacks on Friday in Paris which killed at least 129 people.
Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry began his sermon commemorating Episcopal Relief & Development’s 75th anniversary by quoting gospel singer Mahalia Jackson who sang, “‘If I can help somebody along the way … my living shall not be in vain.’”
A Muslim man from Pakistan stands to share the peace during a Sunday morning service at Church of the Ascension in Munich. It may be different from the kind of worship he’d been used to at his mosque in Peshawar, but he’s one of several refugees who’ve found a welcoming community at the ...
This month, the Most Revd Michael Curry began a new chapter of his Christian ministry when he was installed as the 27th Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church in America
In Psalm 122, King David extols us to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Now the Diocese of Jerusalem is inviting us to do just that.
The Compass Rose Society held its annual meeting in London on October 27 and 28.