July 2017 Convocation Newsletter
Quelles sont les origines de l’Eglise Episcopale? Où y-a-t-il des églises épiscopales en Europe? Quand l’Eglise Épiscopale s’est-elle implantée en Europe et notamment en France? Interview de Mgr Pierre Whalon, êveque en Europe.
In her article, 'Fortified by Faith, Combating Global Trafficking', Amy Roth Sandrolini talks about her life's work as a journalist and human rights activist. Part of her story is set in Rome, where she was serving as a press officer to the Embassy of the United States to the Holy See. She supported to the embassy's nascent partnership with a network of Catholic nuns in a project to provide safe havens to exploited young women. While posted in Italy, Amy served on the vestry at St. Paul's Within the Walls, a congregation of the Convocation. Later, she served as a member of the Bishop's Council of Advice. She is the daughter of an Episcopal priest.
Who are we, and who is here? I would invite you to reflect for a moment and remember what God has been saying to you for a very long time: you are my be love, and in you I am well pleased.
Perhaps one of the things that we are not warned about when we become Christians or join a church is that we need to learn a whole new language. Not fancy theological language...nor church lingo.
Vision 2012 für die Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe (Provinzialsynode der Episkopal-Kirchen in Europa)