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Bishop Sutton: Repair the Breach

Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton of the Diocese of Maryland charged the church Sunday morning to take “great strides to tear down all walls of...

Bishops Address Racism, Global Conflicts

The House of Bishops focused on international conflict and new initiatives to counter racism on the morning of the 80th General Convention’s second day....

Sewanee Strives to Transform Its Culture

“As the Episcopal Church undergoes this reckoning with race, Sewanee’s actually quite well placed to be part of that conversation.”

The Tulsa Race Massacre, 100 Years Later

A Black-owned church that survived the 1921 race riot has served more than 200,000 meals to people in need during the pandemic.

Noose Found Hanging in DC Church Courtyard

On the morning of March 26 a noose was found hanging from a branch of the largest tree in the courtyard of St. Mark’s...

Old Masters and Black Bodies

Using the tools of the old masters – grand canvases and oil paint, and fluently speaking their iconographic language – Ballon has moved Black bodies from the margins of the canvas to the forefront, portraying them as Biblical characters.

Seeking ‘Sacred Ground’ on Racial Reconciliation

The Episcopal Church’s 10-part, film-based discussion series confronts the historical roots of systemic racism in America.

Grace and Social Justice

“Cheap grace is the deadly enemy of our Church.” So begins Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s compelling book The Cost of Discipleship, written as he grappled with...

Love Is Stronger than Death

What “I Can Breathe Now” provides is a crucial reminder that racial strife does not have the final word and that even death is not the end of the story.

Black Lives Matter: A Movement, Not a Moment

Episcopal and Anglican leaders from across the Church discuss their support for current racial justice efforts.


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