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October 2002 ENS Articles
Articles published in October 2002
Alexandria Declaration meeting offers plan for promoting peace in the Middle East
A struggling church, a troubled land--visit to Colombia raises questions
Task force on implementation of canon on women's ministry submits final report
At Executive Council, Griswold and Werner reflect on an 'uncertain time'
California church stands up for the homeless
Inter-faith leaders adopt peace declaration in South Africa
Scottish church guides children to safe surfing on the Internet
Elections give Kenyan opposition a chance, churches urge peaceful process
Church leaders in Philippines lament public apathy to anti-war drive
Carey cautions primate on same-sex issue
Ottawa postpones same-sex blessing decision
Bush signs Sudan peace legislation
Christian leaders from Jerusalem blocked from attending interfaith meeting in London
Episcopal Migration Ministries blasts "end of US hospitality" to refugees
Kansas blessings policy upheld by narrow margin
Grein cleared of charges
Future belongs to the non-violent, Lutheran tells interfaith gathering
Iranian warns that Bush war with Iraq will play into Bin Laden's hands
Christians and Muslims tell each other they need to face differences
Law against conversions threaten Christian relief work, say churches
Apprehend killers, says WCC after attack on Christians in Pakistan
Church leaders call for calm after southern Philippines bombing kills six
Churches say development needed to aid peace process in Sri Lanka
Muslim and Christian leaders in Nigeria sharply divided on Sharia law
Brazilian priest leaves Anglican Church
Beards, cassocks and head-dress to remain compulsory for Greek clergy
Orthodox church to debate future as peace-builder at US meeting
Russian patriarch and Israel's Sharon meet in Moscow
Roman Catholics condemn Zambian government for downplaying hunger
Pope canonizes Josemaria Escriva, the founder of Opus Dei
Anglicans, Catholics warn Nigeria not to consider war with Cameroon
Executive Council hears latest 20/20 progress report
"Open Doors" recalls Episcopal presence at Ole Miss riots
Courage, prayers sustain Episcopalian Chinese dissident's family
State Department report on religious freedom cites Iraq and China
Conference explores ecumenical implications of role of bishops
Executive Council affirms Church Center move
Berkeley Divinity School at Yale criticized by Connecticut's attorney general
Archbishop of Canterbury-designate Williams facing criticism from evangelicals
2003 General Convention news teams seeking a few good scribes
'Acolyte of Christian liberalism' Washington dies
Bishops ask Bush to reconsider refugee policy
Bishops explore theme of 'inhabiting reconciliation' at Cleveland meeting
PBS documentary tells tale of troubled Liberia
Trinity Commons to serve as spiritual center for downtown Cleveland
Christians, Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs in India march against religious hatred
Official Anglican web portal launched by the Anglican Consultative Council
Diane Stanton leads Uganda women's conference
EDS' Lilly-funded program focuses on parishes in northern New England
Corporate scandals increase interest in socially responsible investments
House of Bishops meeting in Cleveland addresses possibility of war with Iraq
UN envoy for AIDS in Africa paints gloomy picture for House of Bishops
Virginia Theological Seminary receives Lilly Endowment grant
Day 1 ecumenical program debuts on Sirius satellite radio
Christians in Pakistan say they are suffering for the policies of the US
Credit cards nudge out collection plates in US congregations
Welsh church quashes plan for ecumenical bishop
Bishops warn of revolution if Nigeria won't fight corruption
Christian leaders denounce plan to impeach Nigeria's president
Anglicanos.net 'sowing faith on the Internet'
Center for Seafarers' Rights protests unscrupulous recruiting
Province of Canada reconsiders e-mail election process