Forming a monastic community of young adults at Lambeth Palace to embrace a yearlong commitment to prayer, study and service may have been an audacious experiment, but members of its first class say the initiative has been a major triumph and an extraordinary life-changing experience.
A scheduled Chrism Mass at the Diocese in Europe’s pro-cathedral in Brussels went ahead this afternoon in an “act of defiance” against the terrorists who killed at least 34 people and injured 198 more in a series of bomb attacks in the city’s airport and a metro station.
Episcopal bishops are "troubled by political rhetoric and issue a letter to the Church calling for less vitriol and more compassion for all. "We reject the idolatrous notion that we can ensure the safety of some by sacrificing the hopes of others.”
The House of Bishops of The Episcopal Church, meeting in retreat, unanimously approved the following Word To The Church.
The leaders of the Episcopal Church’s House of Bishops and House of Deputies March 12 issued a letter “to welcome sisters and brothers in both Houses and ultimately all Episcopalians to join us” in the ministry of racial justice and reconciliation.
The Constitution, Canons and Rules of Order of The Episcopal Church, reflecting all updates and amendments approved at the 78th General Convention, is now available in English.
Thanks to the generous support and coordinated efforts of thousands of Episcopalians and friends, Episcopal Relief & Development’s 75th Anniversary Celebration exceeded its goals for fundraising and engagement throughout the Church and beyond.
The shape, scope and structure of the Episcopal Church’s pledge to address racism, practice reconciliation and become a church of evangelists has begun to be built, the Executive Council learned at its Feb. 26-28 meeting. And the council put some important pieces of that work into place.