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Pioneering Episcopal Nun and Priest Dies

Written by Mary Frances Schjonberg on

The Rev. Canon Mary Michael Simpson, a member of the Episcopal Church-affiliated monastic Order of St Helena for 58 years and a pacesetter in women's ministry, died July 20, 2011, in Augusta, Georgia.

Kids4Peace: Moving Toward a Culture of Peace


Nearly two dozen 11- to 13-year-old Muslims, Jews and Christians, from Jerusalem and the United States learned about each other's faith traditions and lives during a recent two-week Kids4Peace summer camp experience in Atlanta.

Mississippi, Texas Episcopalians Rebuild Family Home

Written by Luke Blount on

Members of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas are currently working to rebuild the home of the Morris family of Smithville, Mississippi. The Morrises are victims of the April tornadoes that swept across portions of Mississippi and Alabama.

Evidence of Mass Graves in South Kordofan 'Devastating'

Written by Matthew Davies on

Less than a week after South Sudan celebrated its long-awaited independence, Bishop Andudu Adam Elnail of the Episcopal Diocese of Kadugli has said it is "devastating and saddening" to learn that his people of the South Kordofan region, "friends, brothers and sisters, children, my...

Church of England Considers News Corp. Divestment


The Church of England's Ethical Investment Advisory Group (EIAG) said it will consider selling its 3.8 million-pound (US$6 million) investment in News Corp. unless the media organization conducts a full and open inquiry into a phone hacking scandal.


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