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March 13, 2003

March 13, 2003

All through these many months of debates and discussions about our government’s policy and actions toward Iraq I have expressed my opposition to war. Joined by leaders and members of other faith communities, I have supported the alternatives to war that would both...

January 30, 2003

January 30, 2003

These are anxious days as war with Iraq is an ever-present possibility and our economy causes grave concern. We are profoundly aware of our personal and collective vulnerabilities. Such times can make us turn inward and become fearful and self-concerned. Or, they can...

January 30, 2003

Presiding Bishop Frank T. Griswold released a statement today responding to President George W. Bush's State of the Union message and calling on the administration to' exhaust all diplomatic and multilateral initiatives' as the alternative to a unilateral assault on Iraq.The statement, entitled...

January 30, 2003

The Hon. George H.W. BushP.O. Box 79798Houston, TX 77279

Dear President Bush:

Today I made a statement following the President’s State of the Union Address which articulates my sense of encouragement in his bold proposal to combat HIV/AIDS, my prayers for him and our armed...

October 21, 2002

The Honorable Colin L. Powell Secretary of State U.S. Department of State 2201 C Street NW Washington, DC 20520

The Honorable Tommy G. Thompson Secretary of Health and Human Services U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 200 Independence Ave. S.W., Washington, D.C. 20201

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October 1, 2002

The House of BishopsThe Episcopal ChurchMeeting in Cleveland, Ohio

October 1, 2002

Dear Members of Congress,

As you begin this critical debate on behalf of the citizens of this country over the resolution to authorize military action against Iraq, we, the bishops of The...

August 9, 2002

Prominent church leaders in Angola are calling for help in rebuilding the southern African nation after a disastrous 27-year civil war. 'The great superpowers acknowledge that our country has been destroyed but they don't want to acknowledge their role in destroying it,' said the Rev. Daniel...

August 9, 2002

On July 20 the government of the Sudan and the main opposition party, the Sudan People's Liberation Movement, signed an agreement that offers the first glimpse of peace after several decades of a devastating civil war that has claimed the lives of an estimated two million people and forced...

August 9, 2002

A new survey reveals that a third of clergy in the Church of England express doubts about the Resurrection and only about half believe in the Virgin Birth of Jesus. The poll of 2,000 of the church's 10,000 clergy also found that about half believe that faith in Christ is the only route to...

August 9, 2002

Recent attacks on a Christian school and a missionary hospital in predominantly Muslim Pakistan are being interpreted by some as part of an intentional campaign against Christianity. Minister of Information Nisar Memon called the latest killings 'a sinister attempt to drive a wedge between the...

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