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Episcopal churches and schools have closed temporarily and made numerous other changes in ministry and worship, responding to the new coronavirus illness, COVID-19, sweeping the
People say the darndest things By Kay Collier McLaughlin Shortly before my older daughter was to depart for a two-year opportunity to study with the
This year is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, with Oct. 31 marking the day that Martin Luther either nailed his famous Ninety-Five Theses
Is the Confederate-monuments debate slouching toward idolatry? Pamela Lewis comments on what connects people’s identities to historical statues. Acclaimed composer’s new work will highlight parish
This article contains links for the TeaTime Theology and Faith to Go podcasts.
George Caleb Bingham’s “The Jolly Flatboatmen” shows how the ordinary contains a latent, mystical poeticism.
Episcopal priests Diana Wright, Jeremiah Griffin, and Matthew Hanisian are among a growing number of clergy taking up metalworking and blacksmithing.
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