The New York Times, in an article written by Benedict Carey, reports on a study that finds signs of full consciousness in three severely brain-injured
Last night, hundreds of Penn State students took to the streets to support Joe Paterno after he was fired over the child sex abuse scandal.
The Most Revd Thabo Makgoba, The Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, announced the appointment of the Revd Canon Rachel Mash as Environmental Coordinator for the
A letter from The Rt. Rev. Dr. Ed Leidel, Jr., Bishop Provisional of Eau Claire told of the surprising development:
This resolution was adopted with no opposition at the Diocesan Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Oregon on Oct. 16, 2011.
Zack Ford, on Think Progressive, writes hopeful news for the country of Tunisia concerning human rights.
House of Deputies President Bonnie Anderson, in her opening and closing remarks at the recently concluded Executive Council of the Episcopal Church meeting, emphasized “…the
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