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NEW YORK: December 2020—From the tension and grief of the civil war in El Salvador came a remarkable modern martyr and saint. A new book from Julio O. Torres reveals the humanity of one of the most important religious figures of the modern era.
NEW YORK: December 2020—According to recent articles in the New York Times, Forbes, and the BBC, many people have been knitting their way through the pandemic, and, in a recent People interview, Michelle Obama revealed that she’s one of them. In fact, Julie Cicora, author of Contemplative Knitting, estimates that one third (53 million) of American women know how to knit, and knitting is becoming increasingly popular with men as well.
NEW YORK: November 2020—The Church Pension Group (CPG), a financial services organization that serves The Episcopal Church, announced today the appointment of Airié Stuart as Senior Vice President and Publisher of Church Publishing Incorporated (CPI), a publisher of worship materials, books, music, and digital ministry resources for the Church. She will report directly to CPG’s Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Frank Armstrong.
NEW YORK: October 2020—Combining centuries-old monastic wisdom with the time-tested principles of Alcoholics Anonymous, Recovering Benedict: Twelve-Step Living and the Rule of Benedict by John E. Crean, Jr. (Church Publishing, October 16, 2020) is a handbook for living, written for persons in recovery and those who support them. It includes the appointed daily readings from The Rule of Benedict paired with meditations inspired by AA’s template for sobriety and humility.
NEW YORK: October 2020—In these turbulent times, having a step-by-step guide to Christian practice can be a godsend.
NEW YORK: July 2020— The diversity of the Episcopal Church’s Latinx membership was on full display recently when more than a dozen representatives met alongside Church Pension Fund and Church Publishing Incorporated staff to discuss new resources for Spanish-speaking Christians.
NEW YORK: July 2020—In the wake of COVID-19, many children may have questions that are hard for adults in their lives to answer.
NEW YORK: June 9, 2020 — As protests take place across the United States, messages of transformation and racial justice have never been more necessary or more relevant. Many who have been reticent to speak out on issues of racial inequality in the past now find themselves motivated to take action.
NEW YORK: May 2020 –– “Fearless, ferocious, formidable, and feminist,” Ida Wells was “intersectional before it became cool.”
NEW YORK: April 2020––Can Christians embrace God fully by exploring other faith traditions? Popular Christian blogger, Traci Rhoades, says yes.
NEW YORK: February 2020––The recent and ongoing controversy surrounding the Affordable Care Act has opened a door for a deeper and more vigorous discussion of health care in the United States.