As some people in the United States and elsewhere in the world took to the streets to celebrate the killing of Osama bin Laden May 1, Episcopalians began offering notes of caution and reflection to those reactions
The College for Bishops has announced the formation of a $15 million endowment campaign to insure the future of the organization, which is designed to provide education and formation for Episcopal bishops in all stages of their ministry.
An estimated 2 billion people around the world tuned in on April 29 to watch the historic royal wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton at Westminster Abbey, a ceremony infused with British pageantry and steeped in elements of Anglicanism – past, present and future.
Nearly 400 people have died throughout the South and Southeast, as severe storms and tornadoes continue to batter the region, causing widespread damage to homes and civic infrastructure.
Association for Episcopal Deacons (AED) is the new name of the organization for Episcopal deacons formerly known as the North American Association for the Diaconate (NAAD).
The leaders of the Episcopal Church, the Anglican Church of Canada, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America have issued a Pastoral Letter for the May 1 celebration marking the 10th Anniversary of full communion
The rector of St. Paul’s, Waco, the Rev. William (Chuck) Treadwell is among the four nominees for 11th Bishop of the Diocese of Alabama.
Former Archbishop George Carey will visit St. Martin’s, Houston, May 19-22 for several events.