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.

Name Three

Valerie M. Joyce rarely finds anyone who can meet the challenge of naming three African-American women from history.

Going Big on Racial Justice

Bishop James Mathes: “It wasn’t just the White House that was built with slave labor. Our church was.”

Almost Ready for the Keys

The Rev. Bill Lupfer has worked full time for six months to prepare for his work at Trinity Wall Street.

Difficult but Necessary

Bishop Eugene Sutton: “If the Church can’t have this conversation [on racism], who can and where can it happen?”