CFEONLINE News from the Diocese of Central Florida

Youth is a powerful thing, especially for clergy in the Diocese of Central Florida. When Bishop Greg Brewer recently read an article about how ordained Episcopal clergy were getting older in the U.S., he knew right away that wasn’t indicative…

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For centuries, historians and religious scholars have debated the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin. Now, locals can judge for themselves when a replica is presented right here in Central Florida. The Diocese of Central Florida on Friday, Oct. 6,…

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Kathryn (Katie) Gillett’s article “Blessed Repetition” recently appeared in Anglican Episcopal House of Studies Perspectives for Duke Divinity School, and now the parishioner from St. Mary of the Angels Episcopal Church in Orlando is a Candidate for Holy Orders. Here is her…

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The Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida announced Monday, Sept. 18, that there are multiple ways to reach out and help churches and parishioners affected by Hurricane Irma. The Rev. Canon Tim Nunez, Canon to the Ordinary, said individuals, businesses, and…

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The Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida announced its first post-Hurricane Irma plans on Monday, including how to get relief help. Hurricane Irma this past weekend hit the Florida Keys and continued a northward course through the state, impacting numerous counties,…

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Weather permitting, 11 people from across the Southeastern U.S. will answer the call to the diaconate Saturday at 11 a.m. at The Cathedral Church of St. Luke, 130 N. Magnolia Ave., Orlando. The Rt. Rev. Gregory O. Brewer of the…

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Episcopal Relief & Development has announced that there are multiple ways for Episcopalians to help those Gulf Coast individuals and businesses that have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Krisita Jackson, the ERD’s representative for the Diocese of Central Florida, said…

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Working for the Lord is akin to rope-climbing up a mountain; it takes teamwork. That was the motto of sorts for the Rev. Loren Fox and his wife, Linda, who last Sunday visited St. Edward’s Episcopal Church in Mount Dora,…

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With the eyes of the nation on Texas in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the Diocese of Central Florida announced Tuesday that there are people and businesses everywhere in the Lone Star State that need our help. Flooding has been…

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As a human-rights lawyer whose mission is to advance the status of indigenous women, Dr. Lupe Allyon Ruiz felt an entirely new level of empowerment recently in New York. There, the Shepherd of the Hills Church parishioner got the chance…

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