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The Founding of Historically Black Episcopal Colleges

Written by Commission on Black Ministry on

In 1865, The Episcopal Church’s General Convention organized the Protestant Episcopal Freedman’s Commission (renamed the Commission of Home Missions to Colored People in 1868), to establish schools in the South that would provide higher education and religious instruction to African Americans...

From Texas to Tanzania: Hospitals Link Up

Written by Anglican Communion Staff on

Senior management and medical officers from St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System Houston and Baylor College of Medicine will visit the hospital of the Diocese of Morogoro in Berega at the end of February.

Local Churches to Host 163rd Council

Written by Alison Sawyer on

The Brazos County Expo Center will be bustling with people from around Texas the weekend of February 10-11, with approximately 1000 Episcopal clergy, delegates, registrants, youth and volunteers gathering for the 163rd Diocesan Council of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.

New Bishop of Cuba to Preach at 163rd Council

Written by Carol E. Barnwell on

Pending final visa approval from the Cuban government, the Rt. Rev. Griselda Delgado Del Carpio, Bishop of Cuba, will attend the Diocese of Texas’ 163rd Annual Council in Bryan/College Station, February 10, 2012.


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