November 28, 2016
[Anglican Communion News Service] The Iglesia Española Reformada Episcopal (the Reformed Episcopal Church of Spain) has stepped up its welcome to pilgrims undertaking the Camino de Santiago by dedicating its cathedral in Madrid as a welcome center. Bishop Carlos López-Lozano consecrated a symbolic tile adjacent to the cathedral’s door on Nov. 26 as a sign of welcome for pilgrims. The move is seen as a step on the Church’s own journey to build an Anglican center...
October 28, 2016
- The Baha’i community of Spain has been exploring how to bring together different sectors of society—government, NGOs, academia, the private sector, and faith-based organizations—to collaborate for social progress. At the heart of this endeavor has been a conviction that, when oriented toward the betterment of society, a dialogue that engages science and religion can give rise to new and...
October 27, 2016
[Cursillo press release] Episcopal Cursillo Ministry (ECM) held its annual conference Oct. 21-22, hosted by the Diocese of Long Island and welcoming more than 130 representatives from dioceses throughout the U.S. plus Barbados and the Bahamas.
Cursillo helps develop lay leaders for the church “by rejuvenating their zeal and driving them to greater Christian community involvement,” senior Episcopal leaders...
October 9, 2016
(Editor’s note: NCC Director of Communications and Development Rev. Steven D. Martin is participating in an ecumenical study tour of Jordan’s holy sites. Photos, plus a few words, will be shared in this space.)
September 23, 2016
- In this issue: Remembering Esther Eichelberger, Brethren in Spain celebrate their fourth annual conference, deadline for Brethren Press “early bird” offers, Carlisle Truck Stop Ministry announces new co-chaplains, Renacer holds Hispanic leadership conference, “12 Baskets and a Goat” to be performed three times in October, Virlina District announces more than $45,000 for West Virginia Flood Offering, and more.