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August 2002 ENS Articles
Articles published in August 2002
Church leaders appeal to 'stop the rush to war'
Washington bishop, Accokeek vestry settle differences
Quincy's oldest congregation determined to rebuild after fire
Fort Worth boycotts provincial synod over same-sex blessings
New Westminster dissidents take case behind closed doors
Churches celebrate pioneering work of Lausanne conference 75 years ago
Greek Orthodox official questioned in Israel, criticized by patriarchate
New Anglican head in Kenya opposed to abortion and homosexuality
WCC warned of link between globalization and violence
WCC facing financially 'unsustainable' position
Episcopal youth on a new high after Wyoming event
Churches plan to commemorate first anniversary of September 11 terrorist attacks
Ecumenical group looks at implications of September 11 attacks
Anglican Pakistani bishop reacts to recent violence at Christian hospital
Church World Service urgently appeals for aid to suffering in West Africa
Middle East Council of Churches expresses alarm at prospect of military intervention in Iraq
New archbishop of Canterbury challenges plans for attack on Iraq
Anglican Peace and Justice Network expresses dismay at Mideast impasse
Liberia's Cuttington University College appoints new president
Bishop of Pennsylvania suspends conservative rector
Survey finds many Church of England clergy doubt Resurrection and Virgin Birth
Church leaders in Angola call for help in rebuilding after civil war
Attacks on Christians in Pakistan continue
Peace agreement offers fragile hope for peace in the Sudan
Children escape Mideast violence to find haven of peace in Texas
Church leaders warn about military build-up in South Asia
Canada's Roman Catholics differ with many basic tenets of the church
National Council receives Lilly grant to develop resources for new programs
Survey finds that half of Britons attend church at least once a year
New archbishop of Canterbury addresses concerns expressed by critics
Philippine Independent Church celebrates its centennial
Four-country tour by CWS peace delegation prompts aid to West African refugees