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Citizens for Animal Protection Receives Blessing

Written by Jill Center on

Recently, the Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP) hosted a grand opening for their new facility in Houston, and Director, Kappy Muenzer, invited the Rev. Bob Goolsby of St. Christopher’s, Houston to bless the building.

Pakistani Bishops Minister in Hostile Land

Pakistani Bishops Minister in Hostile Land

Written by Luke Blount on

On a recent visit to the Diocese of Texas, Pakistan’s former bishop, the Rt. Rev. Mano Rumalshah, describes the Diocese of Peshawar (Church of Pakistan*) as “not a church for the poor, because there are too many. We are a church of the poor.” Bishop Rumalshah and the new bishop of Peshawar, the...

Prayer Vigil Seeks to Raise Awareness of Immigrants’ Challenge

Written by Luke Blount on

On Ash Wednesday, San Mateo Iglesia Episcopal will begin a 40-hour prayer vigil for their community in Southwest Houston. The event will begin March 9 at 6:00 a.m. and end at 10:00 p.m. the following day. Many of the churches members are undocumented and they are praying for a humane immigration...

Absalom Celebrated for Being a Kingdom Builder

Absalom Celebrated for Being a Kingdom Builder

Written by Carol E. Barnwell, Kathy H. Culmer, Ph.D. on

Over 200 gathered at Christ Church Cathedral, February 5, to celebrate the Rev. Absalom Jones (1746-1818), a freed slave and first African American ordained in the Episcopal Church. The Rev. Canon Harold T. Lewis, author and professor logical Seminary at Pittsburgh, spoke at a luncheon following...

Black History Month Celebrates Absalom Jones

Written by Kathy H. Culmer, Ph.D. on

February marks the beginning of Black History Month, a federally recognized, nation-wide celebration that provides the opportunity for all Americans to reflect on the significant roles that African Americans have played in the shaping of U.S. history. The Episcopal Church has had many notable...

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