Faith & Issues

Once we do get to the other side here, we truly do need to turn our attention, our resources, and our care to getting the rest of the world the same. If we have learned anything in this last year it should be that the virus respects no borders, no nationalities, no race, no belief system.”

Bishop Gregory Rickel


Commission urges removal of Sewanee theologian from calendar of saints over white supremacist writings


Presiding Bishop calls on country to ‘face painful truths,’ meet ‘abyss of anarchy’ with healing love