Episcopal New Yorker issues special edition on racial justice, reconciliation and the pandemic

The Reparations Committee was pleased to join with the Diocese of New York’s Communications team in collaborating on the Fall 2020 edition of the Episcopal New Yorker. Link below to individual articles and view the entire contents at their new website, www.episcopalnewyorker.org.

A Prayer to the Holy Trinity in a Time of Protest By Kathy Bozzuti-Jones 
God’s Kingdom Has No Limit By The Rev. Maxine Cleghorn
Breath is the Body Preparing Us to Live By Cynthia Copeland 
COVID-19 in a Wounded World By Megan Copley
8:46 By Yvonne Davies 
Youth in the Time of COVID-19By Andrea Dedmon 
Una Lección de John Lewis By The Rt. Rev. Andrew ML Dietsche 
A Lesson from John Lewis By The Rt. Rev. Andrew ML Dietsche 
COVID-19 in Mexican Folk Art By Gerald Dilley 
A Distinctive Point of View By Susan Fowler 
En la intersección del Racismo y el COVID By The Rt. Rev. Mary D. Glasspool
At the Intersection of Racism and COVID By The Rt. Rev. Mary D. Glasspool 
Pandemic Food Deliveries Bring People Together By Nancy Houghton
Channeling the Rev. Peter Williams By The Rev. Charles Kramer 
The Color of the Godhead ~ Is It Time to Remove Images of the White Jesus From Churches? By Pamela A. Lewis
The Prayers of the People in An Unprecedented Time By Judith Mason
The Holy Spirit at St. Esprit By The Rev. Nigel J. Massey
Preaching While White By The Rev. Dr. Allison Moore 
White Supremacy is Idolatry By The Rev. Frank Morales
Our Healthcare System By Yvonne O’Neal
Music and the KingdomBy Jeannine Otis
Preaching in The Time of Pandemic and Protest By The Rev. Sam Owen
Sojourning with Truth By The Rev. Canon K. Jeanne Person
Review of Ibram X. Kendi’s How to Be an Antiracist By Edward Pierce
We Must Respond to the Call for Change By Diane Pollard
James Parks Morton: A Remembrance By Marsha Ra
Racism is a Virus By The Rev. Canon Petero A. Sabune
El Agua Viva de la Justicia By The Rt. Rev. Allen K. Shin
The Living Water of Justice By The Rt. Rev. Allen K. Shin
Beloved Community Cannot be Faked By The Rev. Nathanael St. Pierre
Knee on My Neck: Slavery’s Ghost By The Rev. Masud Ibn Syedullah, TSSF
Light in the Darkness By Gail
Passage By Leigh
Episcopalian Salvation By Anon of Bedford Hills
A Southern Childhood By Kappa Waugh
Faith is Always There to Sustain Us By Stanley Weinberg, LCSW, BCD

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