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Thousands have swum the river in both directions

There are hundreds more, lay and ordained, who make the journey from one communion to the other without fanfare. I am still Catholic and will always be. I’m no longer Roman Catholic. I think Jesus wants me to be where I can most effectively at live out his Gospel.

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Episcopal cooties

Episcopalians and those affiliated with the agencies of our church are to be treated with great skepticism as long as we persist in the error of living in the United States, but embraced unreservedly once we take up residence in the United Kingdom.

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Lowell named Episcopal Church fundraiser

Elizabeth Moulton Lowell has been named project manager for fundraising in the Office of Mission Funding of the Episcopal Church. Her position was announced June 7 by Linda Watt, chief operating officer for the Episcopal Church.

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National Cathedral receives Park Service grant

Washington National Cathedral has received a $700,000 grant from the Department of the Interior’s National Park Service, through the “Save America’s Treasures” grant program. The Cathedral received these funds for its significant role as an historic national treasure associated with the great events, ideas and individuals that contribute to the nation’s history and culture.

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Church Center new COO: +Stacy Sauls

Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori has named Diocese of Lexington Bishop Stacy F. Sauls as chief operating officer for the Episcopal Church. Sauls was confirmed in a conference call with the Executive Council this morning.

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