Love Is Stronger than Death

What “I Can Breathe Now” provides is a crucial reminder that racial strife does not have the final word and that even death is not the end of the story.

Archives: Anglo-Catholic Congress Meets, July 1920

"The Congress has shown that the Catholic party is very much alive, and is strong, both intellectually and numerically. Those who took part in the proceedings are not likely to forget very soon the amazing scenes of enthusiasm for a great cause, prompted by an intense devotion to our Blessed Lord and a firm determination to uphold the principles of the Catholic Faith."

Cash-Strapped Camps Get Creative

A May survey of 794 retreat users at 15 Episcopal ministry centers found that only 29 percent of “committed regulars” were likely or very likely to attend a retreat or conference this summer.

Priest’s Hunger Strike Prompts S. Africa Rape Case

The Rev. June Major, who alleges that she was raped by a fellow seminarian in 2002, agreed to end her six-day hunger strike outside the Archbishop of Cape Town's residence after the church agreed to launch a disciplinary process to investigate her allegations and to ask police to re-open her case.