Bp. Martins: Any aspect of human experience not seen in the light of Jesus’ resurrection is not really seen at all.
As the late Beverly Harrison once said: “Justice is the minimal face of love.”
Presiding Bishop asks Episcopalians to “offer yourself in vulnerability for the sake of reconciliation across this land.”
Bishop Wayne Smith: “The gospel demands for the ministry of reconciliation” require standing in the gap.
Bishop C. Andrew Doyle: “There is much work left to do to reach an ethical and compassionate immigration policy.”
Bishop Dean Wolfe asks that Christians “pray for peace and justice in Ferguson and throughout our nation.”
Archbishop Justin Welby: “It has taken a very long time but the way is now open.”
Ephraim Radner: “Our larger culture … has indeed forgotten and dismantled the reality of natural marriage altogether.”
Committee represents students, staff, faculty, Board of Trustees, spouses and partners, and alumni.
Nashotah House will sponsor a winter symposium on crisis management and reconciliation February 27 and 28.