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Maryland COVID Victims Memorial Ribbon Project
Maryland COVID Victims Memorial Ribbon Project

Your Diocesan Christian Formation Council and the Cathedral of the Incarnation invite you to participate in a COVID-19 Remembrance Installation. It is our wish to mark and honor the lives lost in Maryland during the ongoing pandemic. The project will consist of a...

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Reparations task force named, work begun
Reparations task force named, work begun

The reparations committee has been named and its work has begun. In the upcoming months, the group will be discerning and developing a process for how the disbursement generated from this seed fund will be spent each year.

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A Statement on violence against the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities
A Statement on violence against the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities

As Christians, we must commit to the truth of Audre Lorde’s assertion that “there is no hierarchy of oppression,” and to remember that as the Body of Christ in the world, we are called to not only welcome all to God’s table, but to love all of God’s children. As a community of love, our diocese remains committed to creating and sustaining the beloved community as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. called us to more than fifty years ago, and we express our love and support for our Asian brothers and sisters by standing in solidarity with them during these troubling times and beyond.

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A Message from the Right Rev. Eugene Taylor Sutton on the Verdict in the Derek Chauvin Trial

A Message from the Right Rev. Eugene Taylor Sutton on the Verdict in the Derek Chauvin Trial

We know that we need good policing in our communities. We honor and respect those police officers and other first responders who put their lives on the line every day to serve and protect us. The overwhelming majority of them are good people, and we pray for their safety and the courage to perform their duties for the common good. But we need them also to have the courage to call out and challenge the racist language and practices of the few that mar the good name of the many faithful servants – much like so many did in the George Floyd trial, including the Minneapolis Police Chief and several other officers.

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From the Archives: James Lloyd Breck’s Letter to Mrs. Whittingham

From the Archives: James Lloyd Breck’s Letter to Mrs. Whittingham

James Lloyd Breck, priest, missionary and “Apostle of the Wilderness” is commemorated in the Episcopal Church’s liturgical calendar on April 2. Breck had a long and close relationship with Maryland’s Bishop William R. Whittingham, whom he first met in 1838 at General Theological Seminary, where Breck was a student and Whittingham taught Ecclesiastical History.

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Racial Trauma: a dialogue on how we can heal – A conversation between Bishop Sutton and Ford Rowan

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A call to prayer for our nation: a statement from Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton

A call to prayer for our nation: a statement from Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton

Emotions remain high, and the potential for more unrest, polarization and violence has sadly come true today in our nation’s Capital. And it is heart-wrenching. A woman has died and other lives have been threatened. We must pray for our nation and all its people. Pray for our congressional leaders, pray for the safety of our law enforcement personnel, pray for the protesters.

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