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  • Milwaukee congregation’s ministry sees college students as neighbors in ‘mission field’
    Students from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee participate in a Dinner & Dialogue session through an ecumenical partnership that involves St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. Photo: Matt Phillips [Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee] For some, deciding to start a campus ministry from scratch may not seem like the most logical step to grow Read More
    Published on 2018-09-24
  • RIP: The Rt. Rev. David Richards, whose work led to creation of College for Bishops
    [Episcopal News Service] The Rt. Rev. David E. Richards, a longtime Episcopal bishop who died last month, is being remembered fondly by those who served with him across the church, from Central America to the Diocese of Albany to the College of Bishops, which now bears his name. Bishop David Read More
    Published on 2018-09-24
  • Carlye J. Hughes ordained 11th bishop of Newark
    Mark M. Beckwith, 10th bishop of Newark, passes the diocesan crozier to Carlye J. Hughes, newly consecrated 11th bishop. Photo: Cynthia L. Black [Episcopal News Service] The Rt. Rev. Carlye J. Hughes was ordained and consecrated as the 11th bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Newark Sept. 22 at the Read More
    Published on 2018-09-24
  • Exiled South Sudanese Anglicans pray for lasting peace
    [Anglican Communion News Service] Anglicans in the Episcopal Church of South Sudan’s Diocese of Kajo-Keji are praying about a return to South Sudan, after operating in exile in Ugandan refugee camps for a number of years. But Bishop Emmanuel Murye says that past experience of failed peace initiatives is creating doubt Read More
    Published on 2018-09-24
  • Retired Episcopal priest from England fears deportation over mistakenly voting in US election
    [Episcopal News Service] A retired Episcopal priest in southern Illinois is facing possible deportation back to his native England after he says he mistakenly voted in 2006 because he wasn’t aware at the time that only U.S. citizens could participate in federal elections. That 12-year-old mistake came back to haunt Read More
    Published on 2018-09-21

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