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February 2, 2006

Bishop Michael Bruce Curry of North Carolina opened Trinity Institute's national conference with a stirring call to reconciliation as the mission of the church. Curry, the first African-American bishop to serve as the head of an...

February 2, 2006

The search for reconciliation will fall short of the mark if it is not undertaken from within "the sensation of sheer luck and spaciousness," author-theologian James Alison told those gathered for the morning session at Trinity Institute...

January 26, 2006

"Whether it's been in social ministry, theological education, congregational or campus ministry, we are living out the intent of being in common mission for the sake of the Gospel and the life of the world," said Presiding Bishop Mark...

December 14, 2005

Yvonne McBean, a familiar face at 815 Second Avenue in New York for more than 40 years, plans to retire at the end of December. During 43 years of working at the Episcopal Church Center, McBean has held several positions, attended six...

December 11, 2005

Bishop Orris Walker of Long Island was recognized for his work with the Recruitment, Training, and Deployment (RT&D) committee of the Episcopal Church's Office of Black Ministries at its biannual meeting December 1-2 at the Episcopal...

October 31, 2005

The more-than-60-year history of Episcopal Migration Ministries [EMM] assisting refugees from around the world continues stateside with the evacuees of Hurricane Katrina. Richard Parkins, EMM director, noted that "many of the tools of...

October 21, 2005

"Most Christians do not think that white supremacy is a serious challenge to the integrity of the Gospel of Jesus," said the Rev. Dr. James H. Cone. "They just continue preaching and singing about God and Jesus as if things are OK on the...

October 7, 2005

The lobby of General Theological Seminary (GTS) resembled opening night at a New York City art gallery as patrons of the Episcopal Church and Visual Arts (ECVA) came out for the October 6 reception in honor of its first 'hard copy...

September 26, 2005

A brainstorming session about ways to help those devastated by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita was at the top of the agenda when the 12 members of the United Thank Offering (UTO) Committee met at Cathedral College in Washington, DC, September...

September 21, 2005

More than 1,000 people filled the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City on September 19, 2005, to hear anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan and supporters on the "Bring Them Home Now Tour" rally support for a three-day march...

September 20, 2005

With the theme "On Thy People, Pour Thy Power: Continuing the Journey," the 7th Triennial Black Clergy Conference, October 23-26, 2005 in Atlanta, Georgia, followed by the 1st Annual Convocation for Clergy Ordained 10 years or less on...

September 16, 2005

Providing a vivid picture of the level of mental and physical devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina, Bishop George E. Packard delivered the sixth annual Hobart Lecture held on September 12 at the Diocese of New York's Synod House....

August 31, 2005

Minnesota’s Hmong community has sparked a revival in a small St. Paul church that faced possible closure six years ago. It began when Canon Susan Moss, metro missioner in the Diocese of Minnesota, introduced the Rev. William Bulson,...

August 31, 2005

Diverse in their languages, yet united by faith, more than 270 bishops, clergy and laity met in Toronto in late July for an international conference on Afro-Anglicanism. “History drew me to this conference, and its relevance for black...

August 1, 2005

Diverse in their languages, yet united by their faith, more than 250 Black Anglicans from Africa and the Diaspora met in Toronto, Ontario July 20-27 for the third International Conference on Afro- Anglicanism. "History drew me to...

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