Social Justice

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October 19, 2012

Even before the creation in 1983 of “Jubilee Center” designations, St. Paul’s Church, Saginaw, Michigan, was deeply involved in the work of Jubilee.

The parish had sponsored the development of two urban low-income residences totaling over 200 units, operated an extensive feeding program...

June 13, 2012

Thursday, June 14, 2012

 

Representative Barney Frank 2252 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC 20515

Dear Representative Frank,

Thank you for your three decades of service in the U.S. House of Representatives and for your unwavering commitment to supporting...

November 14, 2011

On Friday, Oct. 21, I visited Zuccotti Park, the site -- at least until last night -- of the Occupy Wall Street protest. Whatever happens next in Lower Manhattan (and as I write, on the morning of Nov. 15, things are moving fast, with the outcome unclear), there can be no doubt that this...

January 12, 2011

Episcopal City Mission in the Diocese of Massachusetts on Jan. 11 gathered a roomful of community organizers representing some of the state's most ethnically diverse and economically hardest-hit cities --Lawrence, Lowell, Lynn, Fall River, Brockton -- and gave out 17 checks totaling $200,000 to...

July 30, 2010

The National Council of Churches will host an August 9-11 symposium, "Language Matters," in Chicago for about 30 participants, lay and ordained, who "will discuss how to talk about God and faith in ways that respects the sensibilities of people from a variety of Christian traditions and...

January 20, 2010

A quiet Westminster, California, neighborhood welcomed more than 200 visitors on January 16 for the dedication of "Gordon's House," a new family home built by the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, the Henry T. Nicholas III Foundation, and Habitat for Humanity Orange County, beginning at the...

September 16, 2009

Bishops representing 200,000 Episcopalians from Maine to California made the case for health care and immigration reform, and stricter environmental protection on Capitol Hill Sept. 16.

Together as "Bishops Working for a Just World" and organized by the Episcopal Public Policy Network's...

September 8, 2009

A group of Episcopal bishops plan to travel to Washington, D.C., the week of September 14 to lobby on Capitol Hill in support of health-care reform.

The group, "Bishops Working for a Just World," seeks universal heath-care coverage and solutions to domestic and global poverty and the...

February 22, 2007

In this season of Lent, the Episcopal News Service returns to its ongoing series of articles focusing on listening and learning throughout the worldwide Anglican Communion, reflecting the diversity of its 38 autonomous provinces in 165 countries. The series will also provide useful information...

July 25, 2004

Episcopalians who are delegates to the Democratic National Convention worshiped Sunday, July 25, at Boston's Old North Church, and Episcopalians who are delegates to the upcoming Republican National Convention have received invitations to Aug. 29 worship services at three historic church sites...

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A brochure on Anti-Racism and the Episcopal Church.

The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) challenge industrialized countries to partner with poor

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