Sewanee Workshop to Help Priests Grapple with Confederate Past

A number of high-profile Episcopal churches have struggled over how to handle symbols of the Confederate past in recent years. A pilot workshop sponsored by the University of the South hopes to gather up to 15 Episcopal clergy who are actively grappling with how to handle such controversial symbols in their own churches.

The Episcopalian Running for President

Pete Buttigieg is also a multilingual gay combat veteran and former Rhodes Scholar. At the age of 37, he wants to be the first person to graduate to the Oval Office directly from being mayor of a mid-sized city.

Breaching the Walls

Four teams from Liberia, Tanzania, Jerusalem, and the United States met for 10 days at St. George’s College in Jerusalem to share, to pray, to have fellowship, and to explore sacred sites, as part of "Building Dialogue Across Conflict."