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There have been a number of stories in the mainstream press this week about parishes and dioceses stepping up to offer food assistance during the
In a recent interview with Marissanne Lewis-Thompson of the NPR affiliate in St. Louis, the Rev. Deon Johnson, bishop-elect for the Diocese of Missouri, discussed
The School of Theology at Sewanee quietly announced yesterday that students in the Master of Divinity program will be able to attend tuition-free, beginning in
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