David Paulsen

Biography

David Paulsen is an editor and reporter for the Episcopal News Service. He can be reached at [email protected].

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April 7, 2017

Community Christian Alternative Academy in Chicago’s North Lawndale neighborhood specializes in helping dropouts earn their high school diplomas. It’s exterior is covered in colorful murals like this one, overlooking a parking...

April 5, 2017

The Rev. Charles Kamano, left, stands next to Diocese of Connecticut Bishop Ian Douglas at Kamano’s service of reception as an Episcopal priest on March 16 at Church of the Holy Spirit in West Haven. Photo: Kamano, via Facebook. [...

March 26, 2017

  The Rev. Scott Gunn, left, and the Rev. Tim Schenck pose with a cutout of 2015 Golden Halo winner St. Francis of Assisi. Photo: Lent Madness [Episcopal News Service] The bracket is packed with big names. The matchups can...

March 23, 2017

[Episcopal News Service] The Rev. Art Bass is a trial lawyer and Episcopal deacon in Cleveland, Tennessee. He also happens to be the mastermind behind one of the most popular Episcopal-themed pages on Facebook – a page he maintained...

March 22, 2017

Everett Ward became the 11th president of Saint Augustine’s University in Raleigh, North Carolina, in April 2015. Photo: Saint Augustine’s University [Episcopal News Service] Generations of Everett Ward’s family preceded...

March 21, 2017

[Anglican Communion News Service] The secretary general of the Anglican Communion, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, has told the Church of Pakistan it has something to offer to the Communion because of its experience of being a...

March 13, 2017

James Colby, a member of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Jamestown, New York, speaks March 8 at a presentation by professor Sherri Mason as part of a lecture series sponsored by GreenUp Jamestown. Photo: GreenUp Jamestown, via Facebook...

March 9, 2017

[Anglican Communion News Service] In a twist on the traditional practice of giving something up for Lent, Anglicans across Canada are pledging to make personal lifestyle changes to reduce greenhouse gas emissions—and challenging the...

March 9, 2017

Maryland Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton leads a March for Refugees on Feb. 4 in Baltimore. Photo: Diocese of Maryland, via Facebook [Episcopal News Service] Politics and religion. They’re the topics you’re not supposed to talk...

March 5, 2017

A sketch of the proposed Housing First Village shows tiny houses grouped around a community resource center. Photo: Montana State University School of Architecture [Episcopal News Service] A coalition of Episcopalians, architecture...

February 28, 2017

Glitter ashes for Glitter+Ash Wednesday have a distinctly different look than traditional ashes used to remind people about their mortality on the first day of Lent. Photo: Glitter+Ash Wednesday via Facebook [Episcopal News Service] Ashes...

February 28, 2017

Six thousand people at Kuda, South Sudan, were among those displaced by violence last year in the region of the country where famine has since been declared. A U.N. team visited the area in September to assess the humanitarian and...

February 28, 2017

Six thousand people at Kuda, South Sudan, were among those displaced by violence last year in the region of the country where famine has since been declared. A U.N. team visited the area in September to assess the humanitarian and...

February 23, 2017

A balcony once used as the “slave gallery” is still a feature of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Kingsville, Maryland, as detailed on the Trail of Souls website. [Episcopal News Service] Slavery is a thread stitched indelibly...

February 21, 2017

[Episcopal News Service] A “peace camp” for children in New Mexico, translated into a new program for adults. American cultural assimilation classes for women who recently arrived in Dallas as refugees. Ecumenical outreach in the...

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