[Episcopal News Service] The number of people who enslave adults and children for profit across the world is multiplying, and traffickers cumulatively make more money than the oil industry.
That’s the assessment of Archbishop David Moxon, the … [Read More]
[Episcopal News Service] It may be a cliché to say that water knows no boundaries, but for Elizabeth Koch-Ya'ari, navigating the stream of ecology and peacemaking is bringing together Israeli, … [Read More]
[Episcopal News Service] The Episcopal Church House of Bishops, meeting in its annual spring retreat, has agreed to write a new pastoral letter to the church on the sin of racism.
The letter, expected to be adopted at the spring 2016 meeting, will … [Read More]
[Episcopal News Service] To have a nationality means to exist, though millions of people worldwide are stateless because of armed conflict, politics, border disputes and economic migration. Others are rendered stateless simply as result of never … [Read More]
[Episcopal News Service] Harry Bielskis thought he was American until the day he was deported.
For the past 2 years, the former bus driver from Portland, Oregon, has been forced to recycle his life in … [Read More]