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Westminster Abbey celebrates #Reformation500

“The Reformation was a gift of God, not only in itself but as a sign of the faithfulness of God to His work of revealing the good news of Jesus to a world in need, and the faithfulness of God in using His church despite our failings” – Abp Welby

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Presiding Bishop to speak and preach at Westminster Abbey

Press release from The Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs:

Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori
invited to preach at Westminster Abbey, London

[June 8, 2015] Episcopal ChurchPresiding Bishop and Primate Katharine Jefferts Schori has been invited by the Dean of Westminster, the Very Rev. Dr. John Hall, to participate in a panel discussion and preach at London’s historicWestminster Abbeyon June 13 and 14.

“This is a wonderful opportunity to join in the ancient worship life of the Abbey and I am grateful […]

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Dean of Westminster Abbey in U.S. for fundraising visits

The Very Rev. John Hall, dean of London’s Westminster Abbey, is visiting the U.S. on what he calls a “friend-raising” tour to garner donations for the upkeep of the historic church. Hall, who officiated at the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton two years ago, talked with the Huffington Post about the spiritual significance of the abbey, one of Britain’s premier tourist attractions. He also talked about the Episcopal Church and its role within the Anglican

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