Travel to the heart of Texas June 11-14
Join 50+ colleagues registered!
The 2013 Tri-History Conference, "The Episcopal Church on the Borderlands" explores ethnic expressions of the Episcopal faith, adaptation of popular religious traditions in Episcopal liturgy, the role military personnel played in church planting, the founding of educational institutions, and the changing relationship of men and women in church leadership.
Hotel accommodations will be at the St. Anthony Riverwalk Hotel, 300 East Travis Street, with a conference rate of $109 per night. Discover more about reserving your room and this historic property by clicking here.
San Antonio's attractions include the River Walk, restaurants, shops and downtown churches.
The Conference Banquet Speaker will be the Professor Robert Wright OMI, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology of the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio. His topic will be “Transcultural Experience as a Call to Conversion.” Dr. Wright's experience includes parish ministry, work on the Texas - Mexico border with migrants, and social justice advocacy. His academic interests include culture and religion, fundamental theology, U.S. Hispanic Christianity and Catholic history in the Southwest.
The Tri-History Conference is held every three years and is planned by a committee with representatives from these historical organizations of the Episcopal Church: