Royal wedding preacher Presiding Bishop Michael Curry shares his love of Jesus with the world

By Matthew Davies and Lynette Wilson Posted May 19, 2018 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle during their wedding in Windsor, Britain, May 19, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Brady [Episcopal News Service – Windsor, U.K.] When millions of people around the world tuned in to witness and celebrate the royal wedding … Continue reading “Royal wedding preacher Presiding Bishop Michael Curry shares his love of Jesus with the world”

In Memoriam: Dr. James Hal Cone

Union Theological Seminary: Union News   James H. Cone, 79, Founder of Black Liberation Theology, Dies NEW YORK – Rev. Dr. James Hal Cone, renowned founder of Black Liberation Theology, award-winning author and Bill & Judith Moyers Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology at Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York, died today. He was … Continue reading “In Memoriam: Dr. James Hal Cone”

Camino Nova Scotia offers ‘education for the soul’

By Tali Folkins May 11, 2018 Participants in the first-ever Camino Nova Scotia, in 2013, pause for a break. From left to right: Leo Kennedy, Catherine Woodman, Regine Maass, David Schlinker and Roddy MacDonald. Photo: Contributed   Camino Nova Scotia is offered through the continuing education division of Halifax’s Atlantic School of Theology (AST)—but it’s … Continue reading “Camino Nova Scotia offers ‘education for the soul’”

Jerusalem Sunday 2018 celebrates ministry of women and mothers

Women from the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa gather atop the Mount of Olives overlooking the Old City during their pilgrimage to Jerusalem in November 2016. Photo by Susan Lomas Jerusalem Sunday 2018 celebrates ministry of women and mothers By Matt Gardner April 26, 2018 Facebook Twitter email   This year’s Jerusalem Sunday celebration falls on … Continue reading “Jerusalem Sunday 2018 celebrates ministry of women and mothers”

Episcopalian included in Baylor survey naming a dozen who can really preach

The Rev. Barbara Brown Taylor is listed in Baylor’s current survey and the last one the school did in 1996. Photo: Baylor           [Religion News Service] A dozen pastors known for their consistently stellar performances in the pulpit  made Baylor University’s list of the most effective preachers in the English-speaking world. … Continue reading “Episcopalian included in Baylor survey naming a dozen who can really preach”