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A new letter is available from Pere Kesner Ajax, Coordinator of the Partnership Program and Director of the Bishop Tharp Institute in Les Cayes: Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, Please let me take some time to give you some update of the situation of Haiti and your beloved partners in the Episcopal Church of…(Read More)

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Sometimes the conflict is between values held by different groups. Sometimes it is between professed and lived values. But the answers needed nearly always emerge from a conflict of values. Without the conflict, there can be no answer…(Read More)

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In our unofficial, and probably incomplete tally, Canon Mary Glasspool of Maryland has received support from 15 of the 20 dioceses that have voted on whether to consent to her election as suffragan bishop of the Diocese of Los Angeles…(Read More)

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Nigerian bishop abducted

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Several sources are now reporting on the abduction of The Rt. Rev. Peter Imasuen, bishop of the Diocese of Benin, in the Anglican Church of Nigeria…(Read More)

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I know that many of our partners wish to come to Haiti right now to help. Please tell them that unless they are certified professionals in relief and recovery, they must wait. We will need them in the months and years to come, but at this point, it is too dangerous and too much of…(Read More)

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The Episcopal Agenda

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From the Episcopal Church’s Office of Government Relations: As Congress gets back into gear for the spring, we wanted to give you an update on some of the issues that we will be watching and that you can expect to see in future EPPN Alerts…(Read More)

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Sometimes, reading the papers, you get the impression that the church exists to provide a forum for arguing about sexual mores. Then disaster strikes, and you get a glimpse of what the church has been up to all along…(Read More)

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Local boy makes good

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Café news blogger, the Very Rev. Nicholas Knisely, dean of Trinity Cathedral in Phoenix, Ariz., is one of four candidates chosen by the search committee to stand for election as Bishop of Kentucky…(Read More)

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Marcy Ference, Haiti Partnership program coordinator at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church in northwest Washington, D. C. is featured in Religion and Ethics Newsweekly’s coverage of the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti. St. Patrick’s is also the subject of the online feature below…(Read More)

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