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1. What difference are women bishops making? – BBC. And first female bishop in CoE consecrated.

2. Tutu out of hospital – BBC

3. Most ancient Hebrew document since the Dead Sea Scrolls deciphered – Haaretz. And Quran Fragments, Said to Date From Time of Muhammad, Are Found in Britain – NYT.

4. A church in the Episcopal Diocese in South Carolina settles into a new home. Good Shepherd was created as a result of  the breakaway of the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina.

5. American teenagers having less sex.

6. Life without design. And the boom in books about visiting heaven.

7. Adult coloring books meant for mindfulness can be stressful.


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