Religious News From Around the Web February 7, 2022

Blasphemy and Apostasy Punished; Winter Olympics -- Thawing of China's Treatment of Religious Minorities? China May Restrict Religious Expression Following Olympics; Streaming Online a

The Reverend Canon Paula Clark

Profiles in Faith: Paula Clark: First Woman and First African American to Lead the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago

Introduction The Rev. Paula E. Clark is the first African American woman and person of color to be elected Bishop of the Chicago Episcopal

The Hidden Religion Of Comedian Robin Williams

The Hidden Religion Of Comedian Robin Williams

Famous Actor Had A Complicated Relationship With Faith Robin Williams was a comedy legend. Known for his hyper energy and spot-on impressions, he was

Episcopal Same-sex Couples Can Now Marry in Their Home Parish

Episcopal Same-Sex Couples Can Now Marry in Their Home Parish

More Epsicopal LGBT couples can feel included instead of alienated. Same-sex marriage restrictions were removed in entirety by the Episcopal Church.[/tweetit] All couples, irrespective

Michael Curry is the first African-American to lead Episcopal Church

New Episcopal Presiding Bishop Michael Curry was installed this weekend at the Washington National Cathedral. The Episcopal Church on Sunday installed Michael Curry as

Episcopal Church Welcomes Same-Sex Wedding Ceremonies in their Churches

Twelve years after they sparked a divide in the global Anglican denomination after electing Gene Robinson, an openly gay bishop, the Episcopal Church voted

Bishop Gene Robinson Divorce

The First Openly Gay Bishop Gets Divorce

Mark Andrew (top left) and Bishop Gene Robinson (right and bottom left) during their civil ceremony in 2008 First openly gay Episcopal Bishop, Gene