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Salt Lake Tribune
Episcopal monk visits Utah to speak at Lenten services
At 19, the earnest believer from Queens, N.Y., joined a religious order, but soon realized it was not for him.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
St. Thomas welcomes new rector
But it is another denomination that has brought The Rev. Grace Burton-Edwards to Columbus.
Visiting Archbishop series on modern faith starts March 16, at St. Peter's in Morristown,
Peter Carnley, an Archbishop from Australia visiting St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Morristown, will tackle that one in a series of Lenten lectures starting March 16, 2014, and running every Sunday until April 6, from 10 am - 11 am at St. Peter's Parish Hall.
Overturning gay marriage ban would extend 'justice and equality,' says Episcopal bishop in Saginaw
As a federal judge weighs Michigan's gay marriage ban, the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan issued a statement supporting the overturn of the ban.
Speech: Pope Francis: Holy See Diplomacy Under The First Jesuit Pope
It is an honour and really a great pleasure to be here in Glasgow and invited to speak as one of the 2014 Gonzaga lecturers here at St Aloysius.
Episcopalians who split from Episcopal Church meet
The Diocese of South Carolina, the conservative Episcopal Diocese in the eastern and lower part of the state that separated from the church in 2012, is set to meet in Mount Pleasant.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Catholic World News
Cardinal Marx elected German bishops' president, preaches on divorce, remarriage
The German bishops have elected Cardinal Reinhard Marx to a six-year term as president of the nation's episcopal conference, one of the most influential in the Church.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Mountain Lakes, Rockaway churches taking Ash Wednesday message of...
The Reverend Adele Hatfield of St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Mountain Lakes gives ashes to Parsippany resident George Dredden.
Poland's Catholic bishops pick new leader Gadecki
Poland's Roman Catholic bishops have elected a new leader to succeed Archbishop Jozef Michalik, who angered many with 2013 comments that suggested victims of pedophilia were partly to blame.
Diocese receives award to launch A Moveable Feast DURHAM -- The Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina's A Moveable Feast program has received $25,000 from Trinity Wall Street, the Episcopal church in New York City.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
US Supreme Court will not hear Falls Church case
Seven years after 15 conservative Virginia congregations made global news by breaking away from the Episcopal Church - and refusing to give up tens of millions of dollars in property - the Supreme Court on Monday ended the complex legal dispute by declining to take up an appeal by the last remaining plaintiff.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
The Daily News
Calvary Lenten Series Enters 91st Year
Times have changed. Not so much that Calvary Episcopal Church leaders have stopped believing in the value of the daily Lenten Preaching Series because 2014 marks the series' 91st continuous year.
San Mateo Daily Journal
Beginnings of Mills Hospital in San Mateo
Elizabeth Mills Reid was the daughter of Darius Ogden Mills, 49er pioneer that became the millionaire banker that started the Bank of California.
The Miami Herald
Court declines to take up Episcopal Church dispute
The Supreme Court has declined to wade into a dispute between the Episcopal Church and a conservative congregation that left the denomination in a rift over homosexuality and other issues.
Episcopal Church owns Falls Church property; Supreme Court lets Virginia court ruling stand
The Supreme Court on Monday let stand a Virginia court's ruling that the Episcopal Church owns the historic property known as the Falls Church, the subject of a bitter, multimillion-dollar property dispute with a conservative congregation that left the denomination.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Lenten season - Area churches offer special services
Episcopal churches in Monroe and West Monroe are presenting a series of Lenten Eucharists and Suppers on Wednesday through Lent.
Requiem to be presented on Sunday
A special musical program for Lent will be featured this weekend at First United Methodist Church, 600 S.W. Topeka Blvd. Faure's Requiem will be presented in its entirety during the 8:15 and 11 a.m. worship services on Sunday, March 9. Lee Snook, Washburn University voice professor, will be the featured baritone soloist, and Skyler Dykes, winner of ... (more)
Red Bluff Daily News
St. Peter's offers Taize services during Lent
All are welcome to gather at 7 Sunday evenings during Lent from March 9 through April 13, at St. Peter's Episcopal Church to worship at Taize Prayer service.
Episcopal priests rock the house with a religious message
Fathers Drew Bunting, Andrew Jones, David Simmons and Don Fleischman are the fab four of Monstrance, a rock, blues and country band more interested in fun than fame, whose members lend their considerable talents to worthy causes throughout the Milwaukee diocese.