Holy Women


January 9, 2018

By: Sandra Squires, UTO Board President

This past year, I have been reading about women who have been important in our country’s history and in their ministry as Christians. Their influences have been felt in the Church, but they are often the unacknowledged workers and fundraisers. These women have led through their actions, their...

June 20, 2011

Holy Women, Holy Men, a major revision of the Episcopal Church’s Lesser Feasts and Fasts, is now available online in Spanish as Santas, Santos, according to a press release from the church's Office of Public Affairs.

Also available online in Spanish is a survey prepared by the Standing...

February 28, 2011

When I became an Episcopalian two decades ago, one of my great pleasures was being able to be open about my love for the Virgin Mary.

Growing up in another denomination, I'd been taught that while she could be trotted out at Christmas, hanging around with her the rest of the year was...

January 31, 2006

This question is explicitly posed, and left unanswered, in the new agreed statement from the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission titled Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ.

The two doctrines are in question. The doctrine of the Immaculate Conception states “that the most blessed...

October 4, 2004

Forum gives voice to three important women of the New Testament Hospitality theme of two-day November conference To Read: SPEAKING FOR OURSELVES: Voices of Biblical Women by Katerina Katsarka Whitley To Read: EXCLUSION AND EMBRACE: A Theological Exploration of Identity, Otherness, and...

Bulletin Inserts

Today the church celebrates the Feast of Catherine of Siena, a fourteenth-century mystic and spi

Today in the Episcopal Church, we give thanks for the life and ministry of Julia Chester Emery.

On September 17th, the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia will host Fearless Faith, Bou

On May 8, the church celebrates the Feast of Dame Julian of Norwich, a 15th-century English anch

On April 29, The Episcopal Church celebrates the Feast of St.

Saint Clare, born Chiara Offreduccio in 1194, founded what become the Order of Saint Clare (the

On April 29, The Episcopal Church celebrated the Feast of Catherine of Siena, a fourteenth-centu

On April 29 the church celebrates the Feast of Catherine of Siena, a

On May 17, the church celebrates the Feast of Thurgood Marshall, an Episcopalian who became the