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May 2002 ENS Articles
Articles published in May 2002
Episcopalians find few signs of hope in visits to Middle East
'God and Guinness' offers warm reception, cold beer to post-modern generation
Mideast children's peace group to attend Camp Allen
Church Insurance Company no longer requires abuse-awareness training
Barbara Harris urges seminary graduates to be part of the 'remnant of God'
Court of Appeals affirms Bishop Dixon in Accokeek case
Bush signs legislation protecting clergy housing allowance
Episcopal Church in Liberia caught in renewed fighting
Miracles happen for those who will see: An expensive drug, a rare disorder, and a doctor who prays
Episcopales Latinos se reúnen en Los Angeles por un ‘Nuevo Amanecer'
Hispanic Episcopalians gather for 'New Dawn' in Los Angeles
Vatican's Cardinal Kasper says ecumenical movement is in 'crisis'
Episcopal youth deal with 'hot issues' at summer meeting
Danforth's report to President Bush urges international efforts for compromise in Sudan
Church Center friends bid farewell to Sylvia Howard
Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music collecting data on congregations
WCC's Faith and Order Commission celebrating 75th anniversary in August
Interfaith program offers summer seminars on religious diversity in America
Middle East travel seminar for journalists rescheduled for October
Economic justice fund in Michigan goes interfaith
Stewardship and evangelism conference urges participants to 'make Christ known'
Thousands flee as rebels increase attacks in Liberia
Congregational survey profiles US worshipers
Delbecq challenges church leaders to conversation on spirituality of organizations
Study finds 'generational' shift to Protestantism among Hispanics
African Lutheran leaders confess past sins in dealing with AIDS
'Green Patriarch' honored for his environmental work
Survey reveals Americans want government to be even-handed in Middle East conflict
St. George's in Jerusalem offering special youth program
Poll finds Canada may be experiencing a period of spiritual renewal
Cuban Anglicans seek return to ECUSA
Middle East Forum meets in Washington to review peace efforts
Carey celebrates anniversary of ECUSA's youngest seminary
Episcopalians urge Congress to pass hate crimes bill
Conference explores search for peace in northeast Asia and reunification of Korea
Appeals court affirms guilt, reduces sentence in Montana sexual misconduct case
Michigan priest returns to parish
Associated Parishes issues challenge to reclaim Jesus' ministry
CSW says women still struggling for parity in the church
General Seminary chapel featured on prime time television
Court finds church autonomy doctrine permits firing of Colorado youth minister
Budget cuts force reduction in Presbyterian staffing and missionary work
Ecumenical CFL bulb project spares the atmosphere
CWS webcasts on interfaith disaster response
‘Protestant Hour' to become ‘Day 1', launch TV version
'The life of the church has never been separate from the life of the world'
U.S. church leaders urge Israelis, Palestinians to take 'bold steps' for peace
Maryland tornado damages some Episcopal churches
Episcopal Communicators celebrate, commemorate best of 2001
Southern Ohio bishop opposes UBE's Cincinnati boycott decision