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May 18, 2009

The 76th General Convention this July will be asked in various ways to continue the Episcopal Church's mission of living out the baptismal covenant vow to "strive for justice and peace."

Already-filed resolutions, most contained in the triennial reports of the church's commissions,...

March 27, 2009

When visitors come to Philadelphia's historic Christ Church -- and more than 250,000 of them did last year, according to parish Tourism Director Anne McLaughlin -- many want to sit in the pew where George Washington worshiped or visit the Colonialand Revolutionary-era graveyard, the final...

January 15, 2009

Members of the United States Congress Washington D.C. 20510

Dear Member of Congress,

The needs of our nation’s most vulnerable members become increasingly critical as job losses escalate and states face dwindling revenue. The economic tragedy is no longer limited to low-wage...

January 13, 2009

Episcopal Life Weekly bulletin inserts for January 18 mark the celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day both in the Episcopal Church--in which King's feast day on the Calendar of Commemorations is April 4--and in the United States, which celebrates the civil rights leader's life and legacy on...

October 27, 2008

Episcopal Life Weekly bulletin inserts for November 9 contain excerpts from the sermon preached by Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori at the Day of Repentance during which she offered an apology for the Episcopal Church's historic collusion in the institution of slavery.

Bulletin...

October 27, 2008

Episcopal Life Weekly bulletin inserts for November 9 contain excerpts from the sermon preached by Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori at the Day of Repentance during which she offered an apology for the Episcopal Church's historic collusion in the institution of slavery.

Bulletin...

October 3, 2008

Expressing "profound regret that the Episcopal Church lent the institution of slavery its support and justification based on Scripture," Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori issued a public apology October 4 for the church's involvement in the institution of transatlantic slavery.

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October 3, 2008

Editors note: This is a condensed version of a complete story that will run tomorrow after the service.

Hundreds of Episcopalians journeyed to St. Thomas African Episcopal Church in Philadelphia on October 3 to participate in the first of a two-day solemn observance that will culminate...

August 6, 2008

A two-day solemn observance has been planned for October 3-4 at the historic African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where the Episcopal Church will take a monumental step and publicly apologize for its involvement in the institution of transatlantic slavery....

June 23, 2008

Public Broadcasting System's (PBS) Point of View (POV) documentary show begins its 21st season on June 24 with the national broadcast premiere of "Traces of the Trade."

"Traces," one of three documentaries bought by POV at the Sundance Film Festival in January, tells the story of the...

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Envisioning a world where people honestly engage in their history in order to live more truthful

Our vision is to be a catalyst for a more equitable world where differences are valued and used

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The Antiracism Training Manual of the Episcopal Church.

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The Kaleidoscope Institute provides resources to equip church leaders to create sustainable chur

Recognizing that racism goes beyond personal prejudice, Crossroads offers a distinctive Power An

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