A parish in McAllen, Texas, plans a trade school for children in Chichicastenango, Guatemala.
For the past two months, federal authorities have been turning away clergy and nuns who’ve been trying to minister to detained, unaccompanied migrant children from Central America. But that situation is beginning to change.
Episcopalians in Arizona are assessing how they might be helpful to thousands of children who have arrived in their state in recent months from Central America.
The Presiding Bishop urges Episcopalians to help women and children at the southern border.
“It is hard to see how our differences in moral theology and ecclesiology will be resolved, and it is not clear to many whether they should be.”
Bishop Stacy Sauls has announced first recipients of grants for Mission Enterprise Zones and for New Church Starts.