Archives for December 2014

Archbishop of Canterbury’s Christmas Day sermon

To God, ALL Lives Matter

A message from the Bishop of New York

To God, ALL Lives Matter: A Message from the Rt. Rev. Andrew M.L. Dietsche, Bishop of New York    December 22, 2014 My dear brothers and sisters,  For several weeks, New Yorkers have been focused on the non-indictment of the police officer who took the life of Eric Garner.  There has been participation by many […]

La Obispa Primada hace una histórica visita al norte de Haití

Jefferts Schori predica en el tercer domingo de Adviento

[Episcopal News Service – Cabo Haitiano, Haití] La obispa primada Katharine Jefferts Schori se convirtió recientemente en la primer primado de la Iglesia Episcopal que visita el norte de Haití. “Es una visita muy importante para nosotros”, dijo el Rvdmo. Ogé Beauvoir, obispo sufragáneo de la Diócesis de Haití, durante una entrevista con Episcopal News […]

Video: Love in a Box brings Christmas joy to Europe’s children in need

[Episcopal News Service] For many orphans and disadvantaged children throughout Europe, being able to open a gift on Christmas Day is merely a dream. Love in a Box, a ministry of the American Cathedral in Paris, is committed to changing that reality. For more than a decade, the ministry has helped to put a smile […]

El cine religioso: ¿favorece o perjudica la narrativa Cristiana?

[Episcopal News Service] Éxodo: dioses y reyes [Exodus: Gods and Kings], la última de una serie de películas con temas religiosos de este año, protagonizada por Christian Bale en el papel de Moisés, se estrenó el 12 de diciembre, pero, ¿pueden considerarse, ésta y otras de su género, películas cristianas? Y ¿favorecen —o afectan negativamente— […]

Presiding Bishop makes historic visit to northern Haiti

Jefferts Schori preaches on the Third Sunday of Advent

[Episcopal News Service – Cap-Haitien, Haiti] Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori recently became the first ever primate to visit northern Haiti. “It is a very significant visit for us,” said the Rt. Rev. Ogé Beauvoir, bishop suffragan of the Diocese of Haiti, during a Dec. 15 interview with Episcopal News Service at the diocesan office […]

Southwest Florida taps the Rev. Palarine to lead DaySpring programs

[Diocese of Southwest Florida press release] The Rev. John Palarine, a 40-year leader in youth and family ministries in The Episcopal Church, will join the Diocese of Southwest Florida as program director for diocesan youth programs and the DaySpring Episcopal Camp and Conference Center. The full-time position comes at a time when DaySpring is expanding […]

Saint Mark’s Cathedral calls Michael Kleinschmidt as canon musician

[Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral press release] Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral in Seattle announces the calling of Michael Kleinschmidt to serve as canon musician. He will begin his ministry here on March 1, 2015. Since 2010 he has served as canon for cathedral music at Trinity Cathedral in Portland, Oregon, having previously served at Trinity Church, Copley […]

Froehlich named acting missioner for transition ministry

[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Bishop Stacy F. Sauls, chief operating officer of The Episcopal Church, has announced that the Rev. Canon Meghan Froehlich has been named acting missioner for transition ministry following a churchwide search. “Meghan was selected for this important position because she brings the strong technical and interpersonal skills […]

Declaracion de la Iglesia Episcopal de Cuba en Relacion a los dos Grandes Acontecimientos de Hoy

Para el pueblo cubano, este día constituye una jornada de gran trascendencia para su futuro. Los pasos que hoy se han dado entre los gobiernos de Cuba y los Estados Unidos, al anunciar el restablecimiento de relaciones diplomáticas y en consecuencia proceder a la excarcelación de los tres compatriotas cubanos y al ciudadano norteamericano Alan […]