Bishops: Ban Assault Weapons

"We must reflect on and acknowledge our own complicity … and, in accordance with the keeping of a holy Lent, repent and make reparations."

‘Sing for Peace’

Bishops Against Gun Violence encourages Episcopalians to tune up and join a national concert series.

Bp. Wolfe on Latest Killings

“May we continue to find ways of making peace and working toward reducing the violence in our culture.”

Prayers Plus Work

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and Bishop J. Jon Bruno offer a video statement on the murders in San Bernardino.

Bp. Andrus on Mass Shootings

“It is time to boldly stand up and say, as we know most Americans believe, that good gun control must happen now.”

Driven to Our Knees

Bishop Jim Mathes: “Let us pray deeply that God may assuage the sorrows of those most harmed by today’s evil.”

Bishops United Plans Vigil

Bp. Mark Beckwith: “The debate over gun violence in our country has become polarized, but it need not be that way.”

Honoring Chicago’s Victims

By Steve Waring About 1,400 people marched through downtown Chicago March 22 in honor of the city’s 806 young victims of gun violence since 2008.