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Pope Francis, on his third day in Ecuador, spoke to his concerns on the environment, in particular on the fate of Equatorial Amazon, to an
Archbishop Welby’s message to Global Citizen Earth Day rally held on April 18: The Archbishop of Canterbury sent a message to the Global Citizen Earth
A press release from The Episcopal Church announces: [March 24, 2015] Now available here is the Climate Change Crisis, presented by the Domestic and Foreign
Last year, her research showed that more than 75 percent of American scientists are religious. On March 13 of this year, she presented a new
The Reverend Weston Mathews, associate rector at St. Stephen’s Episcopal in Richmond, Va., and a contributing editor to Episcopal Cafe, was one of ten people
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