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June 1, 2003

WORKING TO BUILD respect and reconciliation with one another and within the wider church, Episcopalians with differing views on liturgical blessings for same-gender unions joined a "national conversation" convened May 7-11 by Los Angeles Bishop J. Jon Bruno.

The presenters, addressing 70...

May 27, 2003

In the end, Deacon Fred Glass said, Alabama's late Gov. George Wallace had something more to say than "Segregation now! Segregation tomorrow! Segregation forever!" during his years of virulent opposition to the civil rights of black Americans.

Glass's words were addressed to some 70...

May 6, 2003

Episcopal Communicators from across the nation met April 23-26 in Los Angeles, described by the keynote speaker as "the brownest city in America," where the program of the conference drew heavily on the city's cultural diversity in exploring the theme of "transformation." The 120 participants...

June 26, 2002

Calling people of faith to follow in the footsteps of civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks by taking 'simple acts of courage' to stop all forms of violence, Bishop Jon Bruno and 14 young adults of the Diocese of Los Angeles recently completed a 47-day, cross-country pilgrimage, focusing on sites...

June 26, 2002

Calling people of faith to follow in the footsteps of civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks by taking 'simple acts of courage' to stop all forms of violence, Bishop Jon Bruno and 14 young adults of the Diocese of Los Angeles recently completed a 47-day, cross-country pilgrimage, focusing on sites...

October 23, 2001

A California Episcopal congregation's simple, ongoing telephone outreach ministry is helping connect and support members in the wake of September 11. The ministry has been especially meaningful for one of its volunteers, whose New York City-based company lost 87 people when the World Trade...

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