NPR Morning Edition spoke with the Very Rev. Randy Hollerith, dean of the National Cathedral, about the decision to remove the Lee-Jackson windows. A snippet: HOLLERITH: … the windows are not leaving the cathedral. They’re coming out of the nave. And it is my – very much my hope that we will have them in
Bishop John Davies, who was recently at the center of a controversy over the appointment of an openly gay man to be a bishop in Wales, was elected as the next primate
By Laurie Gudim James 3:13-4:12 Reading this passage from the Book of James, I have to laugh. I recognize myself so clearly in it. I am so like the people he talks about – an adulterer married to God who yet indulges in pleasures from other sources. I know that my relationship with God is
In a letter signed by the Right Reverend Mariann Edgar Budde, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington; the Very Reverend Randolph Marshall Hollerith, Dean of Washington National Cathedral and John Donoghue, Chair, Cathedral Chapter the announcement was made earlier today to remove windows installed in 1953 and dedicated to Robert E. Lee and Stonewall
The Archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) has issued a call for prayer as ACNA bishops discuss the ordination of women following a five-year study on holy orders by an appointed task force.
The Episcopal Church supports these undocumented youth as part of our decades-long commitment to walking with immigrants and refugees.
The Revd Robert Wright Lee IV is a descendant of Robert E. Lee and an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ in North Carolina. His unique personal standing, and his preaching against White supremacy, led to an invitation to speak at the recent MTV awards. That appearance led to some unwanted attention, for Lee,
We firmly and resolutely reject their statement, we reject their understanding of scripture, we reject their limiting view of God’s power, and we reject their fears.