Wednesday, July 1, was a very big legislative day for the 78th General Convention of The Episcopal Church.
Tuesday, June 30, was not a day with much active legislation in the House of Deputies — at least as far as votes — but that doesn’t mean the deputies were not engaged.
If you ask the average Episcopalian what goes is going on at the 78th General Convention and you may get a blank stare. Most of us don't get an opportunity it go.
On Sunday, June 28, women clergy who had previously “met” on a Facebook group met face-to-face. At two meetings, over 50 women deacons and priests, members of the Fac
Although Monday, June 29 did not involve a peaceful demonstration or the UTO Ingathering, it was no less busy.
Despite being only two days, the weekend portion of General Convention was quite busy.