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The social bonds of rural communities in Iowa…including churches…are crumbling. Here is how some communities in Iowa are responding.
The Archbishop of the Anglican Church in Canada was visiting Brazil, and while visiting a mission in an impoverished neighborhood, was robbed at gunpoint.
An Episcopal priest crosses the border to serve a parish in Newfoundland.
Archbishop Welby wants to stem the coming tidal wave of decline in the Church of England while, at the same, prepare Bishops and senior clerics for leading church institutions. His approach has created controversy.
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