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North Dakota Episcopalians stand with pipeline protestors

From Facebook Episcopalians Stand with Standing Rock:

The following is a statement put forth by NDCIM, and endorsed unanimously by the Diocesan Council of The Episcopal Diocese of North Dakota.

1. The North Dakota Council of Indian Ministries (NDCIM) of the Episcopal Diocese of North Dakota stands in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in their peaceful and prayerful efforts to halt the construction of the Dakota Access Pipe Line (DAPL) because of its degradation of sacred sites and possible catastrophic […]

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Taizé on Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota

The outdoor, four-day event is part of the “pilgrimage of trust across the earth” that the Taize community began more than 30 years ago that has taken the brothers and their unique prayer around the world — to Rwanda, to Rome and now to Red Shirt — to encourage peace and reconciliation among all people.

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