By G. Jeffrey MacDonald • Katresia Staggs: “We don’t need any of this to worship. But we have the basics of something that is stable for people.”
Episcopalians have until Sept. 20 to state their priorities for the next presiding bishop.
Church leaders “have no intention of divesting the United Thank Offering of its funds or applying excessive controls to its practices.”
The Rev. Ann Fontaine has revealed proposed changes that prompted four UTO leaders’ resignations.
By Carla Arnell • The host’s special obligations to a stranger are memorably illustrated in a number of episodes in The Odyssey.
Bishop Adam Andudu Elnail of the Diocese of Kadugli, Sudan, asks President Obama to relieve his people’s suffering.
The Diocese of East Carolina will receive applications until Sept. 27 in its search for the eighth bishop in its history.
The Rev. Canon Mark Harris: “They could be easily dismissed. That, I believe, would be a mistake.”
The UTO’s “important work is not threatened, and [its] programs and grants will continue.”
“With the stroke of a pen, the United Thank Offering Board will possibly be rendered powerless and voiceless.”