July 31, 2015
[Episcopal News Service] El 20 de julio, más de cinco y medio años después de que un catastrófico terremoto destruyera la catedral de la Santa Trinidad en Puerto Príncipe [Haití], un grupo de obreros empezó a despejar el sitio, segmentando el área de trabajo, removiendo ladrillos, baldosas de terracota, secciones de las paredes de la catedral y otros restos que en algún momento serán incorporados en la construcción de la nueva catedral.
“Esto es un gran signo de esperanza...
July 29, 2015
[Episcopal News Service] More than 5½ years after a catastrophic earthquake destroyed Holy Trinity Cathedral in Port-au-Prince, on July 20 workers began cleaning the site, sectioning off the work area, removing bricks, terracotta tiles, sections of the cathedral’s walls and other remnants that eventually will be incorporated into the construction of a new cathedral.
“This is a great sign of hope for the Haitian people. I started to say for the Episcopalians of Haiti, but...
July 28, 2015
[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Samuel McDonald, Deputy Operating Officer and Director of Mission for the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society, has announced 14 recipients of The Episcopal Church Jubilee Grants totaling $52,048 to support mission and ministry in 11 dioceses and one Anglican Communion partner.
Jubilee Ministries are congregations or agencies with connections to The Episcopal Church, designated by diocesan bishops and affirmed...
July 27, 2015
[Episcopal News Service] The Episcopal Church’s annual Good Friday Offering appeal, which gathers and distributes funds in support of ministries throughout the Anglican Communion’s Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East, is celebrating its most generous collection in 10 years.
Funds collected from the 2014 Good Friday Offering and available for distribution this year totaled $377,663.51, more than $110,000 on the previous year and the largest offering since 2005, said...
Thomas à Kempis
Christ Church Cathedral, Mobile, AL
Diocesan clergy gathering
25 July 2015
The Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori
Presiding Bishop and Primate
The Episcopal Church
Thomas à Kempis was born in 1380 to a blacksmith and a school teacher. His name was originally Thomas Hemerken, which means “little hammer,” probably a reference to his father’s trade. He grew up in Kempen, Germany, whence his more familiar name, and at...