Hurricane Katrina/Gulf Coast

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September 6, 2005

In an interview with ENS/Episcopal Life, Robert Radtke, president of Episcopal Relief and Development, speaks about the immediate needs and relief work in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

ENS Podcast

For iTunes users, a podcast of the Radtke interview is available at: http://...

September 5, 2005

Surrounded by scenes of devastation left behind by Hurricane Katrina, more than 50 parishioners of St. Mark's Church in Gulfport, Mississippi, were joined by police, military and relief workers September 4, as they worshipped on the site where their church once stood -- a testimony to their...

September 1, 2005

The phrase "The Episcopal Church Welcomes You!" has never meant more since Episcopalians have had to come to grips with the reality of those uprooted by hurricane Katrina. The outpouring of offers by Episcopalians to assist in relocating the displaced has been enormous.

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August 31, 2005

NOTE: A complete listing of congregational and diocesan responses, photos, and resources can be found here: http://www.episcopalchurch.org/3577_64712_ENG_HTM.htm

Bishops of the Episcopal Church are appealing to their parishioners to pray fervently and give generously to relief for the...

August 31, 2005

My dear brothers and sisters in Christ:

I am sending this message by email to our bishops, clergy and congregations -- insofar as is possible -- so that it might be shared and that we might be a community united in prayer and service during this time.

During these past days I...

August 31, 2005

My dear brothers and sisters in Christ:

I am sending this message by email to our bishops, clergy and congregations – insofar as is possible – so that it might be shared and that we might be a community united in prayer and service during this time.

During these past days I...

October 31, 2004

Since august, our newspapers and televisions screens have been filled with images showing palm trees snapped in two like pencils and houses ripped from their foundations and hurled hundreds of feet through the air as if they were toys. We have seen trailers and mobile homes reduced to rubble...

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