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Weekend Roundup for August 3rd

Weekend Roundup for August 3rd

Episcopal Church
In Nebraska, local churches are leading a prayer rally in support of beleaguered farmers

Washington National Cathedral leaders get their voices heard, pretty much in every major media space

Local TV

People Magazine

Washington Post


And so many more, plus a positive response from the Chicago sun-Times



A response from a “queer” Anglican minister to the Canadian bishop’s most recent and narrow rejection of marriage equality



Church of England
Rochester Cathedral installed a mini-golf course to attract visitors


Not everyone’s thrilled with Rochester Cathedral’s newly installed mini-golf course


Archbishop Welby headed to India



In Cape Town, the Archbishop says Lambeth must address social needs



Other Interesting Items
An op-ed in a local North Carolina paper asks what it might mean to be a Christian


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