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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From Bishop Franklin Brookhart on the recent action taken at the Anglican Primates Meeting in Canterbury

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I rarely post on Facebook, but the events at the recent Anglican Primates meeting in Canterbury and the reporting on that event in the secular press prompt these comments. First, The Episcopal Church has not been suspended or kicked out of the Anglican Communion, as the press has reported. It ...

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