HIV/AIDS

Articles

January 15, 2008

The multi-panel Keiskamma Altarpiece, which commemorates the dead and pays tribute to the living of an AIDS-ravaged seaside town, opens at its only East Coast venue on January 16 at Washington National Cathedral.

More than 130 townspeople of Hamburg in the Kieskamma River valley in...

December 2, 2007

Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Rick and Kay Warren, the Rev. Gideon Byamugisha, Musimbi Kanyoro, Sister Maria Cimperman and Erik Sawyer all have one thing in common.

 

Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Tutu; the Warrens who are evangelical leaders; Byamugisha, the first African Anglican...

November 29, 2007

In observance of World AIDS Day on December 1, the Primate of the Indian Ocean and chairman of the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA) has acknowledged good progress on educational and pastoral concerns in the fight against HIV and AIDS but warns that the battle is far from complete...

November 28, 2007

World AIDS Day, observed December 1 each year, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection. AIDS has killed more than 25 million people, with an estimated 33 million people living with HIV, making it one of the most destructive epidemics in...

November 8, 2007

The 2006 General Convention set the last Sunday after Pentecost as "ONE Sunday" for the Episcopal Church. If you don't have the liturgical calendar superimposed on your day planner (even I don't!) – that date is November 25.

We’ve included links to resources you may find helpful in...

September 30, 2007

It was a Monday evening in September 2002, and I was making dinner at our Edisto Beach, South Carolina, home. Trisha and I had finished our first day of work since returning from a mission trip to Haiti.

Trisha sat on the stool at the kitchen island across from me and asked, "So, what...

September 12, 2007

The board of directors of Episcopal Response to AIDS September 12 announced the grass-roots organization's second annual request for proposals (RFPs) from organizations serving people with HIV/AIDS in the greater New York area.

ERA anticipates awarding up to $30,000 in grants for 2008....

August 21, 2007

An international interfaith conference on HIV/AIDS has called on religious leaders to use their places of worship, and educational and health facilities to help in the fight against HIV and AIDS.

"We acknowledge that we have not done enough in this area, and have at times contributed to...

June 18, 2007

Kenya's health minister, Charity Ngilu, has called on faith groups in Africa to take a leading role in responding to the HIV/AIDS pandemic on the continent.

 

"It is my conviction that to harness the faith communities in the response to HIV and AIDS will always be an advantage,"...

June 10, 2007

Speaking to the Church about the importance of HIV/AIDS training and education, and eliminating the stigma associated with the disease is central to the work of the Standing Committee on HIV/AIDS and the National Episcopal AIDS Coalition (NEAC).

The primary focus of both groups is to...

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