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Violence against the Rohingya people continues in Rakhine State in Myanmar. Armed forces are “killing men, slaughtering children, raping women, burning and looting houses, forcing
The Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Lexington voted unanimously to dissolve the pastoral relationship with their bishop, The Rt. Rev. Douglas Hahn.
In South Buffalo , a local Episcopal parish turned a building that used to be a bar into the St. Simon’s Genesis Center which will house a full kitchen, a food pantry, a clothes closet, support groups, and a medical clinic for the benefit of the neighborhood.
Update #3. We began this week celebrating the Fourth of July, as the week unfolded we experienced violence and counter-violence. Here are some Episcopal reactions during a complicated and tragic week.
Every Friday, inside the Church of the Epiphany, in Washington, DC, 300 or more local Muslims come to pray, guests of the Christian congregation.
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