Archives for 2017

Por qué servir 2017: Una conferencia de discernimiento vocacional episcopal para jóvenes adultos de color

[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Los jóvenes adultos de color están invitados a examinar sus dones y explorar oportunidades en un retiro de la Iglesia Episcopal, Por qué servir 2017, del lunes 12 de junio al jueves, 15 de junio. Patrocinado por el Departamento de los Ministerios Étnicos de la Iglesia Episcopal, Por […]

Why Serve 2017: Episcopal vocational discernment conference for young adults of color

[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Young adults of color are invited to examine their gifts and explore opportunities at an Episcopal Church retreat, Why Serve 2017, Monday, June 12 to Thursday, June 15. Sponsored by the Episcopal Church Department of Ethnic Ministries, Why Serve 2017 will be held at Bexley Seabury, Chicago. […]

Lent Madness duo shines competitive spotlight on saints’ inspiring stories

[Episcopal News Service] The bracket is packed with big names. The matchups can be intense. Individual results may hinge on last-minute momentum shifts. And in the end, only one competitor claims the title of champion. March Madness? No, this is Lent Madness, and the saint who outlasts them all will be crowned with the Golden […]

Canadian church partners with Habitat for Humanity to bring drinking water to First Nations households

[Anglican Journal] Ten more homes in the First Nations community of Pikangikum in Northern Ontario will have clean drinking water by the end of 2017 as a result of a joint effort by the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund, Habitat for Humanity Manitoba and grassroots Anglican group Pimatsiwin Nipi. Full article.  

Spanish, Portuguese clergy come together for Lenten retreat in Spain

[Anglican Communion News Service] A group of Anglican clergy working in the Lusitanian Church of Portugal and the Episcopal Church of Spain held a Lenten retreat in the Spanish city of Salamanca. Full article.

Le Magazine Anglican : questions politiques et de société

Émission de mars 2017

[Episcopal News Service] Pour écouter l’émission cliquer sur : http://frequenceprotestante.com/emission/magazine-anglican Depuis neuf mois, deux leaders religieux anglicans – à savoir l’archevêque de Cantorbéry et le primat de l’Église épiscopale – se sont invités dans le débat public. Ils ont appelés les anglicans à la mobilisation : lors du synode général de l’église d’Angleterre pour l’archevêque de Cantorbéry ; à […]

Acts 8 Movement releases Easter video for social media evangelism

[Acts 8 Movement press release] A new minute-long cartoon made for Episcopal churches encourages viewers to see faith in Jesus as a great adventure to which they are invited. Any congregation in the Episcopal Church can use the video created by the Acts 8 Movement on websites or social media as part of a digital […]

Theologian defends universities against charges they are seedbeds of “political correctness”

[Anglican Communion News Service] Higton, a professor in the Department of Theology and Religion at Durham University, has presented the fourth Dr. Rowan Williams Annual CUAC Lecture, sponsored by Colleges & Universities of the Anglican Communion. It was given at Trinity College, Toronto, earlier in March. In a lecture exploring how universities can be “good” – […]

Archbishop of Canterbury speaks in House of Lords about London attack

[Anglican Communion News Service] Speaking in Britain’s upper chamber of Parliament, the House of Lords, about the attack in Westminster on Wednesday, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby paid tribute to victims and first responders, speaking of the “deep values” in British society. An attacker drove a car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and then stabbed […]

Water: Common good or commodity?

Trinity Institute 2017

[Episcopal News Service] The demand for water is expected to increase 55 percent by 2030 and at the same time global water resources may only meet 60 percent of the world’s needs. “Africa, India, the Middle East and Australia already are in crisis,” said Maude Barlow, a former United Nations senior advisor on water, and […]