March 13 is the application deadline for the Episcopal Church Foundation’s 2015 Fellowship.
Bishop Jack Iker suggests a conflict resolution process. Attorney Thomas Leatherbury questions its legitimacy.
Memories of Jonathan Daniels, other slain activists, linger at Bloody Sunday anniversary events.
A tough winter inspires cooperation and creativity among congregations.
The March 22 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.
The Rev. Gay Jennings and about 2,000 other religious leaders sign amicus brief supporting same-sex marriage.
The 59th Session of the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women will draw Episcopalians and Anglicans to New York City.
Patrick Augustine: Persecution “has not helped to convert one Christian to Islam.”
Chris Matthews: President Lincoln and Martin Luther King "talked right into the face of their enemies."
Rector in South Orange, N.J., hailed for her “unwavering commitment to social justice.”