By Steve Waring • Two years after a devastating fall, Bishop David S. Ball vests every Sunday.
“We are asking that an extension of protection for one group not come at the expense of faith communities.”
By Douglas LeBlanc • The Rev. Brewster Hastings writes a first book — about exorcism.
Clergy freed to “remove any distinction between same-sex marriage and other marriages.”
The Joint Nominating Committee for the Election of the Presiding Bishop publishes the first of three essays.
The Church of England sells land on a Fijian island to help a nation threatened by rising waters.
The Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast is accepting nominations until Sept. 1 for its fourth bishop.
Thirty-nine dioceses pledge between 10 and 19 percent.
The Rev. Barry W. Lynn: “This decision is a double-edged disaster.”
A legal break for people who “seek to preserve religious liberties incompatible with expanding sexual mores.”