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March 23, 2004

After two and a half days of intensive conversation and prayer, the Episcopal Church’s House of Bishops has released a plan for dealing with conflict between bishops and congregations entitled “Caring For All The Churches: A...

March 21, 2004

Until recently, peace in Sudan was merely a pipedream as the 20-year civil war, which has claimed 2 million lives and displaced 4 million people, wreaked havoc throughout Africa’s largest country. The two warring parties, the Government...

March 12, 2004

A devastating bomb attack March 11 at Madrid’s Atocha commuter railway station, leaving nearly 200 dead and hundreds more injured, has generated a plethora of statements and messages of condolence from Anglicans and Episcopalians worldwide...

March 9, 2004

The meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) and Primates Joint Standing Committee, held in Canterbury, England, drew to a close March 5 with the clear message that the global workings of the Anglican Communion must continue. The...

March 5, 2004

The bishop of the diocese of Kadugli Nuba Mountains, the Rt. Rev. Andudu Adam Elnail Kuku, has embarked on a tour of the United States to raise awareness of the frustrating conditions that the people of Sudan are currently facing in their...

November 1, 2003

On the eve of the consecration of Canon V Gene Robinson as Bishop-coadjutor of the Diocese of New Hampshire and the first openly gay bishop in the Anglican Communion, a twist. It seems students from the University of Durham in New...

June 13, 2003

The General Synod of the Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC), meeting in Edinburgh, made an historic decision June 12 by voting to accept women bishops and ending centuries of tradition. The decision could lead the way to give Scotland the...

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