Bishop Victoria Matthews encourages consideration of architect’s proposal to rebuild Cathedral in the Square.
Two Carolina bishops discuss the Task Force on the Study of Marriage.
We can face alcoholism “without fear and with honesty, and break the isolation and shame on which addiction feeds.”
The Rev. Francis Fornaro, a 1996 graduate of Episcopal Divinity School, is now its interim dean and president.
St. James Cathedral, Chicago, has called the Rev. Dominic Barrington of Kettering, England, to be its dean.
The April 5 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.
The Roy Cockram Foundation underwrites a five-hour adaptation of Roberto Bolaño’s 900-page novel, “2666.”
The Joint Nominating Committee for the Election of the Presiding Bishop meets March 19-22.
Spiritual Opportunity to Unite and Learn will meet during General Convention in Salt Lake City.
On their respective weblogs, two bishops offer their perspectives on the final day of the House of Bishops’ Lent retreat.