Cheers and doubts greet latest court ruling involving the historic Diocese of Quincy.
For the past two months, federal authorities have been turning away clergy and nuns who’ve been trying to minister to detained, unaccompanied migrant children from Central America. But that situation is beginning to change.
Episcopalians in Arizona are assessing how they might be helpful to thousands of children who have arrived in their state in recent months from Central America.
Following a resolution approved at General Convention in 2012, the Task Force to Reimagine the Episcopal Church (TREC) will convene a churchwide meeting via webcast from Washington National Cathedral on October 2, beginning at 7:30 p.m. (Eastern time).
Richard Mammana, founder of Project Canterbury and a member of the Living Church Foundation’s board of directors, has been named associate for ecumenical and interreligious ministries of the Episcopal Church.
The Very Rev. Emmanuel Isaac Kpakpo Addo has been appointed the seventh dean of St. Nicholas Theological Seminary, Cape Coast, Ghana, in the Church in the Province of West Africa.
The Joint Nominating Committee for the Election of the Presiding Bishop (JNCPB) has published the second of three essays designed to begin a discussion.
The Rev. Ephraim Radner, professor of historical theology at Wycliffe College in Toronto, says the July 14 decision in the Church of England permitting women to be consecrated bishops will bring "a good bit of angst" on the ecumenical front.
"One more cheer, for the reason we are here, Jesus Christ!" said a young man from the Diocese of Nebraska, prompting an enthusiastic response from across the arena.