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From the Archives: The Bishop’s on Vacation
From the Archives: The Bishop’s on Vacation

Bishop Harry Lee Doll diary entry, 1957 by Mary Klein, diocesan archivistWhen our bishop goes on vacation, he is never far away from his office, no matter where in the world he is. He can be reached by email, text, or phone, in response to emergencies or pressing...

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Embracing Oneself as an Icon
Embracing Oneself as an Icon
The beauty is in the possibility.  We are all beloved, unconditionally.  We have been gifted with the free will to share God’s love, to know belovedness and to make it known. We are icons of God’s love.  And a Godly community of love is possible.
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Bishops United Repudiates Christian Nationalism, Systemic Racism

Bishops United Repudiates Christian Nationalism, Systemic Racism

As Christians, we must work actively to dismantle the systemic racism that is part of our country’s founding narrative and that continues to fuel mass shootings and urban gun violence today. We must insist that both our fellow Christians and our elected leaders repudiate white supremacy and white nationalism and embrace humane immigration policies that follow God’s command and the Biblical imperative to welcome the stranger in our midst.

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Maryland Episcopalians participate in Pride month
Maryland Episcopalians participate in Pride month
Several Maryland congregations participated in the Baltimore Pride parade on June 15. Memorial Bolton Hill’s Richard Finger was in charge of organizing all volunteers (60-70 people) for the parade and rector, the Rev. Grey Maggiano, was one of the judges for the parade. Another Memorial parishioner, Monty Howard, served as emcee.
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Bishop Sutton addresses the 235th Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland. Practicing the way of love, especially through conflict, is the path to the fuller realization of the kingdom of God, to repairing the broken places.

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Bishop Sutton and diocesan Truth and Reconciliation Commission member, Mr. Waymon Wright, speak at the Hasselbach family graveyard on the grounds of the Claggett Center

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