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A press release from the Episcopal Church in South Carolina, the diocese loyal to The Episcopal Church, announcing its expected motion for reconsideration Motion asks court
Updated: Baltimore Brew has a report on the forum. Quotes in the addendum below. Bishop Sutton held another public forum last night. According to the
Media Release The Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs Presiding Bishop further restricts ministry of Heather Cook Presiding Bishop further restricts ministry of Heather
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby: Creativity is a basic human function, and a good economy is one that enables creativity to happen. That is
New research finds a link between the rise in individualism and the rise in white-collar employment. The researchers believe the linkage is the change in
The Baltimore Brew from Wednesday, February 5: A city grand jury has indicted Episcopal Bishop Heather E. Cook on additional counts arising from her fatal crash
The founder and former editor of The Episcopal Café, Jim Naughton, today was awarded The House of Deputies award. Past and current members of the Café team
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