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.
As part of an ongoing search, the Rev. Amy Chambers Cortright has been named Missioner for Congregational Vitality – Congregational Systems for the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.
This past November 7-9, the 52nd annual Blandy Lectures and Alumni Convocation gathered on the campus of Seminary of the Southwest. Alongside its trademark programming and lectures, Blandy presented alumni, students, faculty, and friends of the seminary the opportunity to reconnect through...
The EDOT Spiritual Care Team began our work driving to Beaumont on Monday, November 11, 2019. We spent the afternoon in conversation with the Rev. Steven Balke at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Beaumont. Later in the day we drove to Ubi Caritas and conferred with their program director. We...
Seminary of the Southwest recently announced that this year’s Hal Brook Perry award recipient will the Rev. Canon Lisa Hines. The Hal Brook Perry Award is conferred upon a graduate of Seminary of the Southwest who exemplifies exceptional ministry to parishes, dioceses, and/or specific...
The Union of Black Episcopalians (UBE) continues a tradition of more than 200 years of Black leadership in the Episcopal Church working to remove racism from the Church, promote inclusion and stimulate the growth and development of Black clergy and membership.