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The fires have killed at least 93 people and destroyed at least 1,000 buildings, including a historic Episcopal church.
The building and its gardens were purchased by descendants of the family that gifted the property to the diocese decades ago.
Episcopal churches, ecumenical partners address crisis as asylum-seekers continue to arrive daily in Chicago
Over the last year, more than 11,000 asylum-seekers have arrived in Chicago by private bus from Texas, and the numbers continue to rise as the city faces a humanitarian crisis because its shelters are over capacity.
The 11 women were ordained in Philadelphia’s Church of the Advocate.
Murray was the first Black woman to be ordained a priest in the Episcopal Church and a renowned activist for racial and gender rights, writes ENS.
A World Council of Churches (WCC) delegation led by General Secretary the Rev. Jerry Pillay visited New York and Washington, D.C. the week of July 17, meeting with U. N. representatives, the Papal Nuncio, the National Council of Churches in North America, other church leaders, and ecumenical organizations and state officials.
The diocesan standing committee noted that Presiding Bishop Michael Curry declared the episcopal election null and void.