Month: June 2015

Episcopal Herald Podcast – Conversation Series – The Rt. Rev. Dena Harrison

Christine sits down with the Rt. Rev. Dena Harrison, Bishop Suffragan in the Diocese of Texas, to talk about the changing role of women in leadership and the future of the Episcopal Church.

Episcopal Herald Podcast – Conversation Series – Anglican Communion Office

In this edition of the Episcopal Herald Podcast, Beth sits down with two women from the Anglican Communion office who work with the United Nations for humanitarian efforts.

New Way Forward: Funding for Historically Black Colleges and Universities

If indeed the Episcopal Church wants to provide and nurture the pathway for more African-Americans to become lay and ordained leaders, now is the time to adopt more vigorous programs.

The Stained Glass Ceiling

Since the consecration in 1989 of the Rt. Rev. Barbara Harris, only 20 additional women have been ordained bishops in The Episcopal Church. In the same twenty-six year period, 233 men have become bishops.

Do as I say, not as I do

Fossil Fuel Divestment presents both a challenge and an opportunity for the entirety of the Episcopal Church.

“In Spite of Ourselves”

A commentary on the tenor of debate in the House of Bishops as they discussed several same sex marriage resolutions.