The Diocese of Connecticut is not sure it needs a cathedral anymore.
“We are deeply concerned about the divisions within our beloved Anglican Communion.”
The Ven. Rachel Treweek and the Rev. Canon Alison White appointed as bishops of the Church of England.
Discernment period leads St. Paul’s, K Street, to changes on women in priesthood, blessings for same-sex couples.
Bishop Victoria Matthews encourages consideration of architect’s proposal to rebuild Cathedral in the Square.
Two Carolina bishops discuss the Task Force on the Study of Marriage.
We can face alcoholism “without fear and with honesty, and break the isolation and shame on which addiction feeds.”
The Rev. Francis Fornaro, a 1996 graduate of Episcopal Divinity School, is now its interim dean and president.
St. James Cathedral, Chicago, has called the Rev. Dominic Barrington of Kettering, England, to be its dean.
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