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Column: Hard to retire with this much energy Former Princeton English teacher staying busy Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1s5WLb1 Vivian Ramey stands beside a favorite painting in her Evendale home. The lovely young lass on the right reminds her of her own granddaughter.
Episcopalians, friends and partner agencies around the globe are joining together to celebrate Episcopal Relief & Development's 75th Anniversary . The 75-week celebration, which will continue through the end of 2015, invites supporters to learn more about the organization's programs and get involved in campaigns to raise $7.5 million to sustain its vital work.
A trio of thieves got less than they might have bargained for after robbing a man who turned out to be the archbishop of Rio de Janeiro. The robbers realized their victim was Archbishop Orani Tempesta after they stopped his car and demanded he and his fellow passengers hand over their valuables.
St. Ann's Episcopal Church in Old Lyme is pleased to welcome the Lyra Choir from St. Petersburg, Russia, in concert on, Sunday, September 28, 2014, at 7:30pm. The Lyra Choir is a community of professional musicians, many of whom are students or postgraduates of the renowned Saint Petersburg Conservatoire, working in different choirs throughout the city of Saint Petersburg.
Nearly 4,000 people, including clergy and high-ranking church officials from across the country, gathered at Boston University's Agganis Arena Saturday morning for the consecration of the Rev. Alan M. Gates, 56, who was elected as the new Bishop of the Episcopal Dioceses of Massachusetts.
The Episcopal Church is providing $40,000 in support of the Diocese of Missouri for immediate domestic poverty, pastoral, and community work in Ferguson, the strife-torn inner-ring suburb of St. Louis. The Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society, through the Office of Justice and Advocacy Ministries, is offering $30,000, with the remainder provided by Episcopal Relief & Development .
John Bonaventure Kwofie Installed as new Bishop of the Sekondi-Takoradi Diocese Report by Ato Aidoo A somberly impressive ceremony has been held in Takoradi, Western Ghana, to mark the episcopal ordination and installation of Most Rev. John Bonaventure Kwofie, CSSp, as bishop of the Sekondi-Takoradi Catholic Diocese.
Dr. Boyd Shook of The Manos Juntas Free Clinic today confirmed that the Friday, electronic messages dispensed that Epworth United Methodist, a long term fixture in the historic Gatewood http://www.gatewoodokc.com/history.php community will be closing it's doors and leveled beginning January 01, 2015. http://www.epworth-okc.org/10.html Many who use Epworth United Methodist Church were recently given notice that the charter for the UMC church was being returned to the United Methodist Conference Office, who owns the property.
On the cross Jesus gave His mother to the apostle John, and by doing so He also gave Mary to the Church. Mary is the most amazing human to ever exist.
After an extensive search, a new rector currently working in Illinois has been chosen to lead one of the South Coast's oldest churches, and will begin her tenure this December. The Rev.
Amazing Grace Circus! is a youth organization formed after the tragic events of September 11th. The arts and fitness initiative helped local youth heal and express their feelings, frustrations and fears after losing loved ones in the community.
Rev. Bruce Shipman resigned from his post as priest-in-charge of the Episcopal Church at Yale on Thursday - two weeks after his remarks in a New York Times letter garnered national media attention for their alleged anti-Semitism. In an Aug. 21 letter responding to Emory professor Deborah Lipstadt's Aug. 20 New York Times essay titled "Why Jews Are Worried," Shipman put forth his idea that Israel's actions in Gaza contributed to growing anti-Semitism in Europe.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 08:57 am
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