Walking to Jerusalem with Christ Church, Covington, Louisiana

[Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana] As the last piece of king cake lingered in the kitchen and brightly colored Mardi Gras beads hung from every tree limb and fence post, the clock struck midnight on February 28 signaling the end of Carnival’s frivolity and overindulgence. The season of Lent had begun. A season to start anew. […]

Which saint will win the Golden Halo?

Martin Luther, Joan of Arc, Florence Nightingale, Stephen, and G.F. Handel – will one of these saints join Mary Magdalene, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and Francis of Assisi as the holder of the Golden Halo?

For the eighth year running, people worldwide are gearing up for Lent Madness, the “saintly smackdown” in which thirty-two saints do battle to win the coveted Golden Halo. Calling itself the world’s most popular online Lenten devotion, Lent Madness brings together cut-throat competition, the lives of the saints, humor, and the chance to see how […]

Episcopal Relief & Development offers 2017 Lenten meditations in English, Spanish

[Episcopal Relief & Development press release] Episcopal Relief & Development’s 2017 Lenten Meditations is now available in English and Spanish at episcopalrelief.org/Lent. This special online toolkit includes links to order printed booklets from the Episcopal Marketplace, download a PDF copy or sign up for daily emails. Other featured resources include hope chests, pew envelopes, bulletin […]