Two Bishops Plead for Nonviolence
Bishop Mark Sisk writes: “While many tactics of the Occupy movement have proven effective and creative, I feel it necessary now to reiterate our Church-wide commitment to non-violence.”
Bishops: ‘Prayer and Engagement’ on Deeds
On Wednesday, December 14, Province IV bishops diocesan were invited to attend a meeting in Charleston, South Carolina, with Bishop Mark Lawrence to discuss the recent issuing of quitclaim deeds by Bishop Lawrence and the Standing Committee of the Diocese of South Carolina to parishes of the diocese. A representative group who were available at […]
Library Honors Bishop Christoph Keller, Jr.
The Rev. Canon Christoph Keller III remembers his father, the Rt. Rev. Christoph Keller, Jr., in a video by General Theological Seminary.
LeMarquand to Serve Region He Loves
The Rev. Grant LeMarquand was in Egypt last year, preparing for a retreat at a monastery, when the Most Rev. Mouneer D. Anis invited him out for coffee. The bishop asked his friend a life-changing question: Would he consider being appointed an assistant bishop serving the Horn of Africa? LeMarquand, professor of biblical studies and […]
Standing Committee Backs Bishop Lawrence
Members of the Diocese of South Carolina’s standing committee write that “out of the great depths of our love and concern for our people, we will continue to assert the autonomy that is historically and constitutionally ours.”
Global Panel Assists Covenant Reception
Via Anglican Communion News Service In the name of the Holy Trinity and grateful for the gracious guidance of the Holy Spirit, the Inter-Anglican Standing Commission on Unity, Faith and Order met in Seoul, Republic of Korea, 2 to 9 December 2011. In preparation for the forthcoming meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC-15) in […]