Mary Frances Schjonberg, Episcopal News Service



A woman is comforted by a man near a triage tent set up for the Boston Marathon after explosions went off at the 117th Boston Marathon in Boston, Massachusetts April 15, 2013. Photo: Jessica Rinaldi/REUTERS

Marathon bomb rocks Boston Episcopalians

The seven runners from Trinity Church Copley Square who were competing in the Boston Marathon to raise money for The Episcopal Church’s anti-violence initiative escaped injury in

"Non-Violence", also known as The Knotted Gun. The sculpture, by Karl Fredrik Reutersward, sits permanently outside the UN Headquarters in New York. Photo: Songquan Deng

‘Carnage’ of gun violence must stop, bishops say

Saying that they “lament and have cried over the widely reported mass shootings” in the United States, the Episcopal Church’s House of Bishops said March

‘Cardboard Cathedral’ rises

Two years after a magnitude-6.3 earthquake decimated Christchurch, New Zealand, and its suburbs on Feb. 22, 2011, the Anglican Diocese of Christchurch helped the community

The Very Rev. Gary Hall, dean of Washington National Cathedral, offered prayer at a Capitol Hill press conference. Photo: Episcopal News Service

Gun lobby no match for cross lobby, says dean

The Very Rev. Gary Hall, dean of Washington National Cathedral, was among those who joined Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-California) on Capitol Hill Jan. 24 as

New and continuing members of the Anglican Communion's Standing Committee pray, as the Archbishop of Canterbury commissions them. Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg/ENS

‘Communion actually works,’ ACC members conclude

Auckland, New Zealand  – One of the headlines for the Anglican Consultative Council‘s 12-day meeting that concluded here on Nov. 7 (local time) ought to

Auckland's Holy Trinity Cathedral will be the site of most of the Anglican Consultative Council's 15th meeting Oct. 27-Nov. 7. Photo: ENS

ACC agenda ranges from Scripture to budget

The 15th meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council Oct. 27-Nov. 7 is being billed in Auckland, New Zealand, as a “once in a lifetime” event

The Very Rev. John B. Burwell, deputy of South Carolin assures his fellow deputies that South Carolina is still part of General Convention. Photo: ENS/Lynette Wilson

South Carolina church deputies stage walk out

Indianapolis — The majority of the Diocese of South Carolina’s deputies left the General Convention July 11 because, in the words of its remaining clergy

Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori has proposed an alternative budget for the U.S. Episcopal Church to consider. Photo: Art Babych

Presiding bishop proposes alternative 2013-2015 budget

In a somewhat unusual step, Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori on June 21 proposed an alternative budget for consideration by the upcoming meeting of the Episcopal Church’s

Pamela Chinnis, House of Deputies president, dies

Pamela Chinnis, first woman to serve as president of the House of Deputies of the Episcopal Church, and former Presiding Bishop Edmond Browning. Photo: ENS

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