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July 6, 2008

Easier navigation, better search functionality, and a more modern style are a few of the changes visitors will see upon entering the newly redesigned Episcopal Church website. To be launched on July 8, episcopalchurch.org highlights the...

June 29, 2008

Thousands gathered at Washington National Cathedral on June 28 to be part of history as the Rev. Canon Eugene Taylor Sutton, 54, became the first African American bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland. "The significance of this...

June 26, 2008

For 14 years, parishioners throughout the Diocese of Southern Virginia have made it possible for adults and children affected and infected by HIV/AIDS to leave their illness for a short period of time and simply have some fun at Camp...

June 19, 2008

According to Venezuela Bishop Orlando Guerrero, political context has not affected church growth in his diocese. The Diocese of Venezuela, which includes Curaçao - Netherlands Antilles, is in Province IX. It was admitted as a full...

June 3, 2008

The Rev. Canon Thomas W. S. Logan, 96, and the late Rev. Paul M. Washington will be honored at a July 2 banquet at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.   "Tribute to Legends Envisioning Tomorrow," a component of the...

May 27, 2008

During his May 23 visit to the Episcopal Church Center in New York City, Bishop Lloyd Allen of the Diocese of Honduras described a flourishing diocese that is teaching its congregants to be "independent." "Since we...

May 22, 2008

The devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina, and its subsequent long-term recovery process, served as a back drop for the annual gathering of Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church, Inc. For three days, May 8-10, 58 people attended...

May 12, 2008

Chanting "Save our children; No more guns," hundreds marched on the eve of Mother's Day in the Bronx, New York to honor the victims and families of gun violence and bring about awareness for change. "It is true that...

May 8, 2008

A new budget tool kit will soon help Anglican women rebuild the world for greater economic justice and gender equity. So say leaders of Anglican Women's Empowerment (AWE), whose mission continues to amplify women's voices and...

April 23, 2008

A sabbatical last fall was the impetus for the Rt. Rev. Gene Robinson's book "In the Eye of the Storm: Swept to the Center by God," by Seabury Books. The foreword was written by Anglican Emeritus of Cape Town Desmond Tutu. "The title...

April 14, 2008

Participants at the recent "An Anglican Covenant: Divisive or Reconciling?" conference, held at the Desmond Tutu Center in New York City, gathered to discuss whether or not the Anglican Communion should adopt an official covenant. ...

April 7, 2008

Anglican Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town Desmond M. Tutu accepted an invitation from the Rev. Martini Shaw, rector of the African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to attend services for the first time April 6...

April 7, 2008

After 27 years of leadership, the Rev. William S. Wade, one of the longest-tenured heads of an Episcopal school, will retire in June from St. Andrew's-Sewanee School (SAS) in Sewanee, Tennessee. "I am retiring now because it's the...

April 7, 2008

Juan Williams, an Emmy Award–winning American writer and radio and television correspondent, will deliver the keynote address at the 40th annual conference and meeting of the Union of Black Episcopalians (UBE). Williams, an...

April 6, 2008

Readers should be left with a sense of "hope, absolution and potential reunion," said the Rev. Dr. Paul F.M. Zahl, rector of All Saints Episcopal Church in Chevy Chase, Maryland, in reference to his latest literary work "Grace in Practice...

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