Episcopal bishops from all six dioceses in California have issued a statement supporting Proposition 62, which, if passed, would repeal the death penalty. The statement follows.
On Oct. 9, the Rev. Ken Brannon stood with a shepherd’s crook in the middle of neighboring downtown Ketchum, blessing a thousand baaing sheep as they swarmed past him.
Episcopalians along the southeast coastal United States are assessing the damage wrought by Hurricane Matthew. Some still cannot return to their homes because of severe damage in their communities or because rain-swollen rivers and creeks are still flooding.
Hurricane Matthew brought devastation as it swept through the Caribbean last week.
Pope Francis and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby have said that they are “undeterred” by the “serious obstacles” to full unity between Anglicans and Roman Catholics.
Bryan Stevensonbrought guests at the LBJ Library at the University of Texas, Austin, to their feet just by walking onto the stage for Seminary of the Southwest’s 2016 Blandy Lecture.
Texas refugee service providers respond to Governor Abbott’s plan to end state government participation in refugee resettlement program
Thirty-six Anglican and Roman Catholic bishops from 19 countries are in Canterbury at the start of a historic week-long summit marking closer ties between the two traditions.