“Indeed, we must find a way to end war, but we must find a way to end the suffering of human beings who are forced from their homes,” Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry notes in his 2016 World Refugee Day message.
The Episcopal Peace Fellowship affirmed President Barack Obama’s call to ban the sale of assault weapons following the worst mass shooting in US history at the Pulse June 12.
Miembros de la Iglesia Episcopal de El Salvador recorrieron, junto a un grupo ecuménico, la ruta de los indocumentados al objeto de promover los derechos humanos
In the modern history of mass shootings in America, Orlando is the deadliest - Hate engendered violence leading to more hatred. This shooting, it's shooter, and victims, will be politically used to create more hate that will lead to more violence. The shooting is caused by hate for those who are ...
“Pray for the repose of the souls who have died,” Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry said in his video message, Prayers for Orlando, concerning the June 12 shooting in Orlando, FL in which 50 people died and 53 were injured.
Issues of refugee migration by sea and its effect on crews caught up in the humanitarian crisis is the focus of a presentation by the Mission to Seafarers June 10 in Piraeus, Greece.
The Scottish Episcopal Church took the first step towards allowing same sex marriage when its General Synod approved a change to the Church’s canon on marriage at a meeting in Edinburgh on June 10.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry delivers his opening remarks at the The Episcopal Church's Executive Council meeting on June 8, 2016