"Leaving behind numerous recordings and texts, the lawyer, activist, poet, and Episcopal priest ensured history didn't forget them."https://www.indiewire.com/video/my-name-is-pauli-murray-celebrates-a-black-non-binary-american-hero-1234672966/?mc_cid=683b9f61c5&mc_eid=43dcea8fc4 …
My heart is heavy today with the news of the death of Colin Powell, former secretary of state, four-star general, and lifelong Episcopalian. https://www.episcopalchurch.org/publicaffairs/statement-from-presiding-bishop-michael-curry-on-the-passing-of-gen-colin-powell-former-secretary-of-state/ …pic.twitter.com/cwrQWtolCA
Wyoming Episcopalians look to welcome Afghans in state with no prior history of refugee resettlementhttps://www.episcopalnewsservice.org/2021/10/13/wyoming-episcopalians-look-to-welcome-afghans-in-state-with-no-prior-history-of-refugee-resettlement/ …
Washington National Cathedral dedicates carving to Elie Wiesel, the first modern Jew memorialized in the buildinghttps://wapo.st/3FEIP03
"Allison Duvall [of
@EMMRefugees] said her office has been flooded with interest from parishes throughout the country that want to assist Afghans — including Shumard’s church and two others in Wyoming."
Also w/ Bishop Paul Gordon-Chandler and Rev. Jim Shumard of @episcopalwyhttps://twitter.com/washingtonpost/status/1445923336932921345 …
Several U.S. mainline denominations — including
@episcopalchurch, @ELCA and the United Methodist Church — encouraged their members to observe a day of remembrance for Indian boarding schools today.
My latest for @RNShttps://religionnews.com/2021/09/30/on-day-of-remembrance-churches-investigate-their-role-in-boarding-schools-for-indigenous-children/ …
@PB_Curry, @WhipClyburn, and several others tomorrow (Sep. 30) at 11:30 AM Eastern for a Zoom talk about making #LiftEveryVoiceandSing our new national hymn.https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_2p-B83tTTVmmeLDxFQMa3Q …
Today I join
@NationalBishop, @PrimateLinda, and @ELCABishopEaton in calling for a day of commemoration, truth, and healing on Sept. 30 in solidarity with Indigenous people and other marginalized communities. #OrangeShirtDay
Click through for actions you can take: https://www.episcopalchurch.org/ogr/a-statement-on-the-situation-in-del-rio/ …
@local12 Morning Host @SheilaGrayTV talks with Concert for the Human Family composer & pianist @KoryCaudill about this weekend’s concert in #Cincinnati. They discuss the “beautiful and haunting” music and the purpose behind it. Tickets in link.https://local12.com/news/good-morning-cincinnati/a-concert-for-the-human-family-to-be-held-at-local-church-cincinnati-ohio-christ-cathedral-kory-caudill-anthony-wordsmith-parker …
Released today: Joint statement on
#ClimateChange by the Archbishop of Canterbury ( @JustinWelby), Pope Francis ( @Pontifex) and Ecumenical Patriarch ( @EcuPatriarch)
Via @iamepiscopalianhttps://www.episcopalchurch.org/publicaffairs/joint-statement-on-climate-change-by-the-archbishop-of-canterbury-pope-francis-and-ecumenical-patriarch/ …
@PB_Curry for our siblings in #haiti:
Eternal God, send forth your Sprit to encourage and strengthen the people of Haiti. We pray especially for those impacted by the recent earthquake. Encourage and strengthen those who help and support others.
@PB_Curry: "Send your Spirit, Lord, to rally the resolve of the nations of the earth to find pathways to save human lives, protect human rights, and to resolve the hardships of those seeking refuge, asylum, and safety."
“Talking circles are a historical way of including the voices of all the people on any given subject, so that no one is left out.” -the Rev. Cn. Mary Crist, Episcopal Church Indigenous Theological Ed Coordinator/Dio LA coordinator, Native American ministry https://iam.ec/3iFPIVl pic.twitter.com/gpN9MkBii0
The Rev. Cn. Mary Crist, Episcopal Church Indigenous Theological Education Coordinator, presided at a ceremony to break and bless ground for an affordable housing project at St. Michael’s Episcopal Ministry Center, Riverside, CA. https://diocesela.org/news/ground-blessing-affordable-housing-riverside/ …pic.twitter.com/1O2GFmNdq8
RNS reports more than 125 religious leaders and people of faith in Maine have signed a letter calling on lawmakers to support the For the People Act, adding to religious pressure on elected officials to pass the sweeping federal voting rights bill. https://religionnews.com/2021/08/10/maine-faith-leaders-sign-letter-calling-on-sen-susan-collins-to-back-for-the-people-act/ …pic.twitter.com/uu7MpJ4hPJ