Category Archives: Domestic Violence

It’s Not Violence, Is it?

Our guest blogger today is the Rev. Laurie Brock. Laurie is the Rector of the Episcopal Church of St. Michael the Archangel in Lexington, Kentucky. With Mary Koppel, Laurie is also the co-author of Where God Hides Holiness: Thoughts on … Continue reading

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The Advent of Good News: AIDS and Gender Violence

Today, Day 7 in the 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence, is also the 25th annual World AIDS Day and the first day of Advent. Gender-based violence is a pervasive reality across the globe, and affects both women and … Continue reading

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Day 6: News and Resources from Around the Communion

As we continue to journey through the 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence/Violence against Women, we give thanks that more and more people across the Church and around the Communion are engaging in conversations and prayers about this and … Continue reading

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Not In Our Pews

Our guest blogger for today is the Rev. Terri C. Pilarski, M.Div., MSW. Terri+ serves as the Rector of Christ Episcopal Church in Dearborn, MI and as Co-Convenor of the Episcopal Women’s Caucus. The first congregation I served as Rector struggled … Continue reading

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