September 15, 2014
[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Political, interfaith and education leaders will offer provocative insights and views during the discussion on Civil Discourse in America: Finding Common Ground for the Greater Good on October 22.
Produced by The Episcopal Church, the 90-minute live webcast will originate from historic...
September 12, 2014
[Episcopal News Service] Estados Unidos y Canadá pueden estar separados por una frontera, pero los nativoamericanos de ambos lados de ella comparten una pavorosa realidad: su tasa de suicidios sobrepasa la de la población general.
En tal medida que “recientemente tuvimos una consulta internacional con personas de Estados Unidos y Canadá aquí en Six Nations [la reserva indígena de Seis Naciones Iroquesas]”, cerca de Brantford, Ontario, según el Rvdmo....
September 10, 2014
[Episcopal News Service] The United States and Canada may be separated by a border but Native Americans on both sides of it share a deadly reality: their rate of suicide surpasses that of the general population.
So much so that “we recently had an international...
September 5, 2014
[Episcopal Diocese of Olympia] Five months after a major mudslide occurred near Oso, a rural area of Washington State approximately 60 miles northeast of Seattle, Episcopalians in the Diocese of Olympia are expressing their gratitude to all who’ve donated to the ongoing relief efforts while focusing on the future.
“Through our combined efforts, the Episcopal Church has dispersed...
September 2, 2014
August 21, 2014
July 8, 2014
[Canticle Communications] The Episcopal Diocese of Olympia and two Anglican churches that left the Episcopal Church in 2004 have reached an amicable settlement that returns all property to the diocese while making it possible for all parties to continue with their ministries.
St. Charles Church, Poulsbo and Grace by the Sea, Oak Harbor disassociated from the Episcopal Church in 2004 and placed themselves under the authority of an Anglican bishop in Brazil.