Panorama: Blogs of the Episcopal Church

Panorama presents various opinions and viewpoints of Episcopalians, as well as discussions of personal faith journeys, and conversations about the mission and ministry of the Episcopal Church, its actions, social activism, traditions, and liturgy.

Saintly Mama

Saintly Mama is a place "where we hang up our halos and talk about what matters to us: God, kids, church, politics... and how to survive it all with grace and humor intact." The blog grew out of All Saints’ Atlanta’s “Monday Morning Moms,” a group for mothers of young children who need a place to rest after a busy weekend, to visit with new and old friends, to study Scripture and the world. Written by the Rev. Noelle York-Simmons, Associate Rector and mama of two young children, the blog highlights topics, discussions, readings, and resources shared among mothers of faith.

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Conversations about the south

I hope you know about The Bitter Southerner.  If you don't, please head over there right now.  It is great reading if you are a lover of the southern United States.  It is great education if you live somewhere else and you are not exactly sure why anyone would ever ... [Read More]
Seven Whole Days

Scott Gunn, Episcopal priest and certified technophile, serves as the executive director of Forward Movement in Cincinnati, Ohio. He considers our historic mission “to reinvigorate the life of the church,” which is something he's always glad to prattle on about. Scott is also a deputy to General Convention, serving on behalf of the Diocese of Rhode Island, where he's canonically resident.

The El Camino Blog

The Rev. Marek Zabriskie, Rector of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania (a suburb outside of Philadelphia) and the Founder of The Bible Challenge and the Director of the Center for Biblical Studies that shares and promotes The Bible Challenge around the world, will be walking the Camino across Spain from August 24 to October 9.  For over 1,000 years, pilgrims have walked the Camino taking various routes from France, Spain and Portugal that lead to Santiago de Compostela, where the relics of St. James the Apostle are said to be buried.  Marek will be walking approximately 560 miles and ending in Finisterre, which lies four days walk beyond Santiago and was once thought to be the westernmost tip of the world.  Join him as he shares the pilgrimage with us.

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Barcelona Me Encanta! The Magic is Back

I am on a high speed train heading from Barcelona to Madrid. My first week back in Spain was fantastic. Barcelona is enchanting. I learned a lot of Spanish in a week of intensive study and look forward to this coming week of study in Madrid. I visited with Emma and ... [Read More]
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