Grief, Prayers from Bishops

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and other Episcopal bishops offer early responses to the most deadly mass shooting in U.S. history.

Prayers for Brussels

Archbishop of Canterbury condemns “terrible cruelty and utter separation from all that is of God.”

Bishop Curry on Refugees

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry: “The larger truth is that our ultimate security comes from God in Christ.”

Too Many Funerals in Nigeria

Abp. Kwashi: “I have conducted more burial services … than weddings and naming ceremonies since 2001.”

Pastoral Care after Shootings

“Our church, Trinity Ecumenical Parish, is the staging area for emergency personnel, police, fire, and EMS.”

Honor for an American Martyr

Ruby Sales: “That was the deal we made with each other: that any one of us would have died for each other.”

Trust Not in Guns

Bishop John Richard Bryant: “We keep saying the gun will protect us and yet it seems to make us more violent.”

Bishop Protects Civilians

About 15 to 20 people have moved into the Bishop of Nzara’s home and 50 are living in the cathedral compound.