Hiding in plain sight

Episcopal News Service–This is one of the most exciting times in history to be an Episcopalian and an Anglican, Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori said during a May 9 presentation to the Church Club of New York, a 120-year-old layperson’s group.

“The Communion is moving, in what some people see as seismic kinds of ways, but it’s moving. It’s not a dead and dormant thing,” she said to applause.

A multimedia presentation of the Presiding Bishop’s speech is available here.

While many tell her she has a “challenging job,” Jefferts Schori answered: “I don’t think that’s a bad thing. I think we are meant to be challenged in the varieties of work and ministry in which we are engaged. If we’re not challenged, we’re likely bored, and that’s not healthy for anyone.”

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