The Diocese of Upper South Carolina approved a resolution Oct. 22 asking Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori and Bishop Mark J. Lawrence to “come together in person at a mutually convenient time and place in order to strengthen the bonds of our community” and “engage in healing conversation regarding the
It is only a few miles from the modest hamlet of Bladensburg, Maryland, to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. But when the multicultural former Episcopal congregation of St. Luke’s, Bladensburg, arrived at that towering edifice Oct. 9, it marked the joyful completion
Bishop Dorsey Henderson sent this message to members of the Disciplinary Board for Bishops on Oct. 17, and released a copy to The Living Church. Jack W. “J.B.” Burtch’s resumé is available on the website for his firm, Maccaulay & Burtch, P.C., of Richmond, Va. Sisters and Brothers, This message
Bishop Dorsey Henderson sent this message to members of the Disciplinary Board for Bishops on Oct. 14, and released a copy to The Living Church. Sisters and Brothers, today I have accepted the withdrawal of Ms. Josephine Hicks from further participation in the matter before us regarding Bishop Mark Lawrence.
Church Attorney Josephine H. Hicks performs legal work for the Episcopal Church’s Disciplinary Board for Bishops but is not a member of it, the Rt. Rev. Dorsey Henderson said in an interview with The Living Church. The board is in the early stages of investigating allegations that the Rt. Rev.
From the Diocese of South Carolina: In an atmosphere of prayerful solemnity, the Bishop and Clergy of the Diocese of South Carolina gathered at Saint James Church, James Island, S.C., for more than two hours on Tuesday, October 12. In focus were the “serious charges” that have been made against