For Uganda’s Bishop Christopher Senyonjo, compassion is a calling

[Washington Window] Though he has taken a bold stand as a gay rights activist in his native Uganda, where homosexuality is considered a crime, Bishop Christopher Senyonjo is no firebrand. He simply believes that homosexuality should be universally decriminalized, and…
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Sudanese diaspora, religious leaders share stories of hope

[Episcopal News Service] When Manyok Khoc, one of the Lost Boys of Sudan, arrived in Ethiopia as a 13-year-old refugee he was barefoot and illiterate, speaking only his native language of Dinka. Now a 36-year-old U.S. citizen, he stands in…
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Bishop-in-Madras describes the power of Christ’s message to India’s ‘untouchables’

[Washington Window] The Right Rev. V. Devasahayam, Bishop-in-Madras of the Church of South India, knows how it hurts to be excluded. Born into the Dalit, or “untouchable,” community – those who fall outside the Hindu caste system – he has…
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