[Episcopal News Service / Diolog Magazine] The recent protests of an oil pipeline in North Dakota have thrust the Standing Rock Sioux Nation, and many of its members who are Episcopalians, into the national spotlight. But for the several Episcopal congregations on Native American reservations in ...
[Diolog Magazine] “Much has changed in the past 12 years in North Dakota,” said Bishop Michael Smith. The Bakken oil boom of recent years resulted in the first population increase in the area since the Dust Bowl era. Along with Episcopalians from around the U.S. and Anglicans from around the ...
[Diolog Magazine] His call to ordained ministry began at the age of seven, when he served as an acolyte in a congregation that his parents helped to plant in the living room of their home in Guatemala.
[Diolog Magazine] “It’s all about relationships” has become a common expression in the Anglican Communion. This generally means official diocesan partnerships and, behind these formal pairings, are personal stories upon which the partnerships are built and sustained.
Episcopalians are standing side by side with protesters in a growing effort by Native American tribes to stop construction of a major pipeline across the Missouri River in North Dakota.
The Diocese of Southern Malawi is one of the four Anglican dioceses in Malawi and rests at the southern tip of the Central African country. Despite being a young diocese established less than fifteen years ago, it is already massively involved in the lives of people of Malawi.
Malawi Anglicans have agreed to erect a memorial pillar for their former archbishop who died two months ago in the United Kingdom.
Six Anglican Parishes in Malawi have united to help kickstart the construction of a church building for an Anglican outstation in the city of Blantyre in fulfillment of their obligation of “building the House of the God.” Mpemba Anglican Church, an outstation of Manase Parish ...