Easter 2016 Message from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

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Easter 2016 message from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry The text of the Presiding Bishop’s Easter 2016 Message is below, or click to watch the video: “This is not a fairy tale.”  I actually love fairy tales and I used to enjoy reading them to our children when they were ...

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Emmaus Campus Ministry Newsletter, March 2016

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Emmaus Campus Ministry: Living Faith Through Community, Dialogue & Service March 2016 Newsletter www.ecmum.org In this issue: Loving Our Muslim Neighbors Spring Programs Leadership Course Thrivent Financial Faith & Climate Action Student Corner Student Snapshots Finding ...

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A Word to the Church

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Episcopal Bishops Issue A Word to the Church "We reject the idolatrous notion that we can ensure the safety of some by sacrificing the hopes of others.”  [March 15, 2016] The House of Bishops of The Episcopal Church, meeting in retreat, unanimously approved the ...

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Diocese of Montana Newsletter, March 2016

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Bishop's Corner Episcopal - ELCA joint Clergy Conference Begins Tues. Evening, March 29th, 2016 and ends mid-day on March 31st..  Presiding Bishop Michael Curry as well as the ELCA presiding bishop will be there.There will be a gathering with Bishop Michael Curry on Thursday, March 31st, ...

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MIC Newsletter, February 2016

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Missoula Interfaith Collaborative Quarterly Newsletter, February 2016 Click here to read the ...

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Presiding Bishop's Message for Lent 2016

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Message for Lent 2016  Clarence Jorden of the Koinonia Movement many years ago wrote this: Jesus founded the most revolutionary movement in human history, a movement built on the unconditional love of God for the world, and the mandate to those who follow to live that love.  (Click ...

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Diocese of Montana Newsletter, February 2016

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Bishop's Corner James Ellis, St. Luke's in Billings, has been appointed to The Episcopal Church's Task Force on the Study of Marriage. February 27, 2016 the diocese will host their second "In the Heart of Lent" event at St. Peter's Cathedral. The theme is "Wade in the Water; Living into our ...

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Carbon Fast for Lent

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Episcopal News Service reports on world wide efforts to help protect the environment by beginning in Lent this year: For Anglicans, Catholics and many others, Lent is the time when we remember the 40 days that Jesus spent in the wilderness, facing challenge and temptation. It is a time when we ...

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A Statement on the Anglican Primates Meeting by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

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Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry on the actions at the Anglican Primates meeting January 15, 2016 Before I say a word about our gathering here at the Primates Meeting, I just want to say a word of thank you to you for all of your prayers: your prayers for this meeting, ...

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Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby on the Anglican Primates Meeting

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Last week the Primates of the Anglican Communion gathered in Canterbury for a week of prayer and discussion. You might well have been following the events in the media. I want to share some thoughts of my own here about what took place last week – which was without doubt one of the most ...

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