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Bishop Philip North, Bishop of Burnley, says that that the church has forgotten the poor and working class.
Episcopal Divinity School formally announced their agreement with Union Seminary of New York and appointed a new Dean today.
A French exchange student describes her experience of trying to enter this country to attend school in Traverse City, Michigan and take part in the youth group at the local parish, Grace Church.
The Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows will become the first African American woman to lead an Episcopal Diocese when she becomes the Bishop of Indianapolis.
The Rev. Carol Reese, an Episcopal priest and hospital chaplain, cares for victims of gun violence at a Chicago hospital.
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