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Baton Rouge

Walking Billy Graham’s Sawdust Trail

The crusade evangelist helped me become an evangelical Episcopalian.

Faith and hope after the Louisiana flood

A few days after the flooding started, I met an elderly African American lady who had lost everything. She looked me in the eyes and said: “I think God wants to use this to bring us all together.”

Flood Recedes, Ecumenism Rises

Clergy in Louisiana have stepped across denominational lines to bring people together in prayer and hope.

Help for Louisiana

Episcopal Relief & Development supports relief efforts by the two dioceses in Louisiana.

Healing Words for Baton Rouge

Fr. Bryan Owen: “Perfect love looks like Jesus, who reached out to strangers to draw them into the family of God.”

Prayers amid Violence

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry prays after a deadly week for the United States.

Bishop: ‘Be a Source of Light’

Bp. Morris Thompson: “May we do our best to be a source of light and love in this time of pain, confusion, and darkness.”


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