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The Associated Press published an article on its blog yesterday about the Episcopal Church’s willingness to confront and acknowledge its role in past sexual abuse.
This past week, Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, addressed the 150th Trades Union Conference in Manchester, England. As ACNS reported, Welby used the speech –
The Standing Committee of the Diocese of Colorado notified members of the diocese on September 6 that they have withdrawn Canon Michael Pipkin from the
From Episcopal News Service: The Province II Court of Review has released its Report of Findings regarding the Contestation of the election of the bishop
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