The Rev. Canon John A. Logan Jr. isn’t the kind of guy who seeks the spotlight. He doesn’t pose for photos or even smile for them, and usually, he is the guy who slips out the back door at office parties. But after more than 60 years as a priest in the Diocese of Texas, it is long past due to...
Kathy Culmer didn’t realize it until later, but she has been learning the art of storytelling since she was a child. Culmer remembers her mother weaving exciting tales in the African-American folk-telling tradition.
Cassy Swain, a soon-to-graduate Fellow of Bayou City Service Corps, summed up her experience in three simple words, “Poverty is hard.”
Last year, 10-year-old Caroline Paden wrote a letter to Dean Barkley Thompson suggesting the addition of a spa to The Beacon, Christ Church Cathedral’s homeless day center in Downtown Houston.
A funny thing happens when some students leave home for college. Without the peer pressure from friends or guidance from parents, everything in their lives, including faith, comes into question. The irony is that sometimes, given the right environment, those questions lead to something better...
Thousands of Episcopalians across the United States gathered in homes, restaurants and churches last Thursday, May 15, to share a meal and share stories of their faith.
Following the devastating shooting at Fort Hood, parishioners at St. Christopher's Episcopal Church in Killeen placed four memorial cross on the altar in memory the four lives lost.
At a Lenten Pottery and Spirituality Workshop on Saturday, the Rev. Eric Hungerford encouraged participants to be “co-creators with God.” The event at St. Mark’s Between the Bayous, Houston, was an opportunity for community members to learn pottery and engage on a deeper level of understanding...