Six Poems in BLM-Tide

Poems by The Rev. Dr. Mark Bozzuti-Jones, and Contemplative photographs by Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones.

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A Message from Bishop Dietsche Regarding COVID and Its Effect on Our Lives

My Brother’s and Sisters, As this issue of the Episcopal New Yorker comes to you, six and a half months have passed since the rapid escalation of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York required of us that we temporarily suspend the public worship of our churches. Over the next two months and more, we in…

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In The Current Issue

A Prayer to the Holy Trinity in a Time of Protest

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Beauty in Darkness

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God’s Kingdom Has No Limit

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Breath is the Body Preparing Us to Live

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COVID-19 in a Wounded World

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8:46

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Youth in the Time of COVID-19

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Una Lección de John Lewis

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A Lesson from John Lewis

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COVID-19 in Mexican Folk Art

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The voice of a Black man calling on real good Whites and real good cops to join with us; for, it is enough

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A Distinctive Point of View

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En la intersección del Racismo y el COVID

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At the Intersection of Racism and COVID

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Pandemic Food Deliveries Bring People Together

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Channeling the Rev. Peter Williams

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The Color of the Godhead ~ Is It Time to Remove Images of the White Jesus From Churches?

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The Prayers of the People in An Unprecedented Time

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The Holy Spirit at St. Esprit

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Racism Exists in Our Churches: Here’s What to Do About It

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Preaching While White

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White Supremacy is Idolatry

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Food for body, mind, and soul

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Our Healthcare System

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Music and the Kingdom

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Preaching in The Time of Pandemic and Protest

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Sojourning with Truth

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Review of Ibram X. Kendi’s How to Be an Antiracist

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We Must Respond to the Call for Change

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Bishops' Messages

A Lesson from John Lewis

Bishop Andrew ML Dietsche

The Living Water of Justice

At the Intersection of Racism and COVID

Diocesan and Parish News

SCI’s Center for Mariner Advocacy: Responding to Seafarers Trapped by COVID-19

Due to the impact of COVID-19 restrictions, many seafarers remain on ship well beyond the international limit of 12 months, with some having served for 15 or 16 months. At the same time we are…

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Ceiling Restoration Begins at St. Paul’s, Staten Island

Since a large part of its ceiling collapsed at the beginning of October, 2019, the main sanctuary of the landmarked Victorian Gothic St. Paul’s Memorial Church in the Stapleton section of Staten Island has been…

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Despite COVID-19, Anti-Racism Workshops Thrive Online

Sixteen parishioners within our diocese participated in a pilot Online Anti-Racism Workshop via four Zoom sessions from August 17 to August 24.  The committee generally has three workshops a year in the winter, spring and…

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Diocesan COVID-19 Information

Diocesan Offices Remain Closed The diocesan offices on the Cathedral Close at 1047 Amsterdam Avenue remain closed, and the Bishop’s staff continue to work from home. As of the time of writing, no date has…

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Diocesan Convention Goes Virtual with Series of Weekly Roll-Out Meetings

This year’s 244th Diocesan Convention, which was scheduled to take place at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine on Saturday November 7, will—of course—now take place online, in this case via Zoom. The convention…

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Un Mensaje del Obispo Dietsche Sobre el COVID y Su Efecto en Nuestras Vidas

Mis Hermanos y Hermanas, Al momento de recibir esta edición del Episcopal New Yorker, ya han pasado seis meses y medio desde que el acelerado incremento de la pandemia del COVID-19 en Nueva York nos…

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A Message from Bishop Dietsche Regarding COVID and Its Effect on Our Lives

My Brother’s and Sisters, As this issue of the Episcopal New Yorker comes to you, six and a half months have passed since the rapid escalation of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York required of…

Read More

One Parish’s Pandemic

Trinity Church, Garnerville—organized in 1846 and brought into union with the Diocese of New York in 1847—is the oldest Episcopal parish in Rockland County. The current church building was opened in 1899. Like many parishes,…

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Global Women’s Fund Update

In this time of global pandemic, the Global Women’s Fund of New York (GWF) is continuing to empower Anglican women and girls in the developing world through education. Despite the challenges facing the Episcopal Diocese…

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Committed to Service: NYSJC’s 2020-2021 Fellows

This year, the New York Service + Justice Collaborative (NYSJC)—the New York affiliate of Episcopal Service Corps, a national network of intentional communities—welcomes a new cohort of Fellows from six states across the country. For…

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Bishops' Messages

A Lesson from John Lewis

Bishop Andrew ML Dietsche

The Living Water of Justice

At the Intersection of Racism and COVID

In The Current Issue

A Prayer to the Holy Trinity in a Time of Protest

Read Article

Beauty in Darkness

Read Article

God’s Kingdom Has No Limit

Read Article

Breath is the Body Preparing Us to Live

Read Article

COVID-19 in a Wounded World

Read Article

8:46

Read Article

Youth in the Time of COVID-19

Read Article

Una Lección de John Lewis

Read Article

A Lesson from John Lewis

Read Article

COVID-19 in Mexican Folk Art

Read Article

The voice of a Black man calling on real good Whites and real good cops to join with us; for, it is enough

Read Article

A Distinctive Point of View

Read Article

En la intersección del Racismo y el COVID

Read Article

At the Intersection of Racism and COVID

Read Article

Pandemic Food Deliveries Bring People Together

Read Article

Channeling the Rev. Peter Williams

Read Article

The Color of the Godhead ~ Is It Time to Remove Images of the White Jesus From Churches?

Read Article

The Prayers of the People in An Unprecedented Time

Read Article

The Holy Spirit at St. Esprit

Read Article

Racism Exists in Our Churches: Here’s What to Do About It

Read Article

Preaching While White

Read Article

White Supremacy is Idolatry

Read Article

Food for body, mind, and soul

Read Article

Our Healthcare System

Read Article

Music and the Kingdom

Read Article

Preaching in The Time of Pandemic and Protest

Read Article

Sojourning with Truth

Read Article

Review of Ibram X. Kendi’s How to Be an Antiracist

Read Article

We Must Respond to the Call for Change

Read Article

Diocesan and Parish News

SCI’s Center for Mariner Advocacy: Responding to Seafarers Trapped by COVID-19

Due to the impact of COVID-19 restrictions, many seafarers remain on ship well beyond the international limit of 12 months, with some having served for 15 or 16 months. At the same time we are…

Read More

Ceiling Restoration Begins at St. Paul’s, Staten Island

Since a large part of its ceiling collapsed at the beginning of October, 2019, the main sanctuary of the landmarked Victorian Gothic St. Paul’s Memorial Church in the Stapleton section of Staten Island has been…

Read More

Despite COVID-19, Anti-Racism Workshops Thrive Online

Sixteen parishioners within our diocese participated in a pilot Online Anti-Racism Workshop via four Zoom sessions from August 17 to August 24.  The committee generally has three workshops a year in the winter, spring and…

Read More

Diocesan COVID-19 Information

Diocesan Offices Remain Closed The diocesan offices on the Cathedral Close at 1047 Amsterdam Avenue remain closed, and the Bishop’s staff continue to work from home. As of the time of writing, no date has…

Read More

Diocesan Convention Goes Virtual with Series of Weekly Roll-Out Meetings

This year’s 244th Diocesan Convention, which was scheduled to take place at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine on Saturday November 7, will—of course—now take place online, in this case via Zoom. The convention…

Read More

Un Mensaje del Obispo Dietsche Sobre el COVID y Su Efecto en Nuestras Vidas

Mis Hermanos y Hermanas, Al momento de recibir esta edición del Episcopal New Yorker, ya han pasado seis meses y medio desde que el acelerado incremento de la pandemia del COVID-19 en Nueva York nos…

Read More

A Message from Bishop Dietsche Regarding COVID and Its Effect on Our Lives

My Brother’s and Sisters, As this issue of the Episcopal New Yorker comes to you, six and a half months have passed since the rapid escalation of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York required of…

Read More

One Parish’s Pandemic

Trinity Church, Garnerville—organized in 1846 and brought into union with the Diocese of New York in 1847—is the oldest Episcopal parish in Rockland County. The current church building was opened in 1899. Like many parishes,…

Read More

Global Women’s Fund Update

In this time of global pandemic, the Global Women’s Fund of New York (GWF) is continuing to empower Anglican women and girls in the developing world through education. Despite the challenges facing the Episcopal Diocese…

Read More

Committed to Service: NYSJC’s 2020-2021 Fellows

This year, the New York Service + Justice Collaborative (NYSJC)—the New York affiliate of Episcopal Service Corps, a national network of intentional communities—welcomes a new cohort of Fellows from six states across the country. For…

Read More