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Presiding Bishop Curry to offer spiritual insights into space exploration at Spirit of Apollo event

The program includes remarks by NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine and Apollo 8 astronaut James Lovell, as well as Ellen Stofan, the John and Adrienne Mars Director of the National Air and Space Museum, the Most Rev. Michael Curry, who will discuss the spiritual meaning of exploration, and the Very Revd Randy Hollerith, Dean of Washington National Cathedral.

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Christian Left gains attention following interment of Matthew Shepard at Washington National Cathedral

“Robinson’s words, like Curry’s, offer a vision of a religious tradition that marries a commitment to fight social injustice with a theologically robust account of why that fight is so important. For Robinson and Curry alike, a commitment to inclusion and justice isn’t just part of political progressivism, but part of the Christian message itself.”

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Prayer Vigil of Peace and Reconciliation at National Cathedral

On February 10, Washington National Cathedral will host the Prayer Vigil of Peace and Reconciliation, beginning at noon with Eucharist, and continuing for 24 hours to conclude with the ordination and consecration of the Ven. Carl Wright as the Episcopal Church’s next bishop suffragan for armed services and federal ministries.

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Washington National Cathedral names new Dean

“It’s a big day here at Washington National Cathedral as we’re thrilled to announce our new dean, Randy Hollerith. Randy comes to us after 16 years at St James’s Episcopal Church in Richmond, and we’re excited by his passion, energy and whole-hearted embrace of the gospel.” – Washington National Cathedral on Facebook

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