In April of 1968, just before Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, he marched with disenfranchised sanitation workers in Memphis, TN.
In light of the recent stance taken by the League City Council, which voted to ban the housing of illegal immigrant children, the following response was sent to the Mayor and all the City Council members on Thursday, July 10.
The thousands of unaccompanied children entering the U.S. are straining Texas’ resources and testing our state’s motto, friendship. What will history say about the humanitarian crisis on the Texas border?
Lori Featherstone gave the following talk at a "Discovery Weekend" at St. Matthew's, Austin, in 1999. She says: "The experience was a blessing for me; I reconciled with my dad because of it, only months before he died. My dad would have been 81 a few days ago. Thinking about him prompted me to...
As the first African slaves were brought to Jamestown, Virginia in 1619, they stepped on foreign soil straight into a system that would redefine who they were and what they were.
As a young, gay Episcopalian, Friar Trent Hale shares his thoughts on how the Episcopal Church can react to the cultural issues of our time.
The following article was first posted by ACNS. Click here to read the full article. Would you snatch an ice cream from a small child? Of course not! Yet consider how much worse it is for a young person to be robbed not just of confectionery, but of hope, life and purpose? That is what...
Chuck Fleming The following proclamation was delivered by Chuck Fleming at Covenant Church in Houston on October 20. Fleming is an administrator at St. James House, the Episcopal Diocese of Texas' long-term senior care community in Baytown. It sometimes goes like this. I wake up about...