A gift of $1.45 million from the Sealy & Smith Foundation to the University of Texas Medical Branch will improve quality of medical care for patients at St. Vincent’s House clinics run by students and staff of the medical branch, officials said.
EDOT has been featured in several publications over the past several days as a result of Bishop Doyle’s announcement of the $13 Million Racial Justice initiatives during Council 2020.
“I sometimes find myself in need of a light,” said the Rt. Rev. Kathryn M. Ryan, Bishop Suffragan, West Region, in her sermon at the Opening Eucharist Rite II for the 171st Diocesan Council. She shared how a couple of summers ago, she spent the night in her one-person tent. She set it up...
To solidify the 140-year partnership between the Diocese of Texas and the Virginia Theological Seminary, the Episcopal Foundation of Texas awarded the Seminary a $1 million-dollar gift which will help fund the renovation of their refectory—providing a contemporary and hospitable space for dining...
The Opening Eucharist took place at 7:00 p.m. where Bishop Ryan preached on the topic, “Be a light for the world!”
The 2016 U.S. election revealed that Christians are divided about what it means to be a citizen in God’s kingdom and a citizen of the empire.
The Episcopal Church and its refugee resettlement affiliates in Texas have condemned Gov. Greg Abbott’s recently announced decision to block resettlement of refugees in the state as the Trump administration steps up its efforts to hollow out the federal government’s 40-year-old resettlement program.
Merry Christmas from Bishop Doyle and everyone at the Diocese of Texas! We pray together in expectation, as Christmas approaches and we gather together in warmth and worship. What a beautiful time of year.