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June 8, 2006

Maintaining its historic intercontinental flavor, General Convention, meeting for the 75th time from June 13-21 in Columbus, Ohio, will welcome more than 60 international guests into its midst, to share in the common life of the Episcopal...

June 6, 2006

Canon Dr. James M. Rosenthal II was awarded an honorary doctorate in Canon Law from Seabury-Western Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois, on June 2, in recognition of his long-standing and venerable service to the worldwide Anglican...

June 5, 2006

A new Mass setting, composed in honor of Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold, will receive its premiere performance during the 10 a.m. Eucharist on Saturday, June 17, as part of the Episcopal Church's 75th General Convention in Columbus,...

May 30, 2006

Renewing commitment toward overcoming the global HIV/AIDS pandemic, people of faith joined in prayer at New York's St. Bartholomew's Church May 30 -- the eve of the United Nations High-Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS, during which all UN member...

May 30, 2006

Promoting partnerships for global mission and expanding current programs to better serve the church in the world will be at the heart of at least ten resolutions to be presented to legislative committees at the 75th General Convention,...

May 23, 2006

Legislation calling for an "immediate end to all portions of the United States economic embargo against the Republic of Cuba" will be presented to the 75th General Convention when it meets June 13-21 in Columbus, Ohio....

May 23, 2006

Legislation calling for an "immediate end to all portions of the United States economic embargo against the Republic of Cuba" will be presented to the 75th General Convention when it meets June 13-21 in Columbus, Ohio. Resolution A016,...

May 11, 2006

Selflessly serving the people of Sudan -- whose lives have been ravaged by a 21-year civil war that claimed two million lives and displaced four million people -- Episcopalians in the Dioceses of Virginia and Chicago have for nine years...

May 11, 2006

Bishop James Tengatenga of Southern Malawi, and his wife Jocelyn, visited New York last week to build on a "partners in mission" (PIM) relationship between the Central Africa diocese and St. James' Episcopal Church in Manhattan. While...

April 28, 2006

Bishop Johannes Seoka of Pretoria, the second largest city and administrative capital of South Africa, and his wife Timeya, met with staff at the Episcopal Church Center in New York City on April 25. They spoke about some of the issues...

April 24, 2006

The fast-paced world of communication and learning essential new communications skills were the focus of the Episcopal Communicators annual conference, "The Art of Juggling Communications," held April 19-22 in Sarasota, Florida. The...

April 13, 2006

Israel and Palestine are the focus of at least five resolutions to be presented to legislative committees of the Episcopal Church's 75th General Convention when it meets in Columbus, Ohio, June 13-21. Offering recommendations on the...

April 13, 2006

Eliminating the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS and providing appropriate training about the pandemic will be addressed in six resolutions to be presented to legislative committees at the Episcopal Church's 75th General Convention...

April 12, 2006

Five resolutions affirming the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) will be presented to legislative committees of the Episcopal Church's 75th General Convention at its June 13-21 meeting in Columbus, Ohio. The proposed...

March 17, 2006

The Diocese of Colombo has long been at the vanguard of community outreach in Sri Lanka and the past 15 months have been no exception. In partnership with Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD), the diocese's response to the December...

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