New Primate for Episcopal Church in the Philippines

The Rt. Rev. Brent Harry W. Alawas, Bishop of Northern Philippines, has been elected as the Episcopal Church in the Philippines’ seventh prime bishop and primate by the church’s triennial synod. He will succeed the Most Rev. Joel Pachao, the current primate, when he retires next June as the leader of the province, which has about 125,000 members.

Rembrandt’s Un-Kosher Supper

Rembrandt’s "The Supper at Emmaus" By Dennis Raverty The Protestant Netherlands engaged in more open religious dialogue than anywhere else in Europe during the 17th century. Nowhere was this more evident... Read more...

Uncertainty in Albany as Bp. Love Heads for ACNA

The Diocese of Albany seeks a new bishop who will help bring together churches of all factions. Former Bishop of Albany William H. Love announced March 30 that he has been released at his request from ordained ministry in the Episcopal Church, and is seeking to be received in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).