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August 2005 ENS Articles
Weeks Ahead
Out of Deep Waters: Episcopalians mobilize in Katrina's aftermath
Hurricane Katrina: A message from the Presiding Bishop
Economic justice in focus as Labor Day approaches
Episcopalians respond as Katrina batters Gulf Coast
ERD provides food supplies to families in Zambia, relief to flood victims in India
Griswold troubled by U.S.-proposed revisions of global poverty agreements
Diocesan Digest
Weeks Ahead
Transforming the world is focus of WCC events
Episcopal bishops attend funeral for Brother Roger of Taizé
Criminal justice requires united effort, Means says
Border issues call Episcopalians to action
Millennium Development Goals: Episcopalians note progress (Daybook)
Diocesan Digest
Latin America Anglican Theological Congress set for October meeting
Shock, sadness follow murder of Taizé founder Brother Roger
Weeks Ahead
Christian formation focus of two-day workshop in Chicago
NBC's 'Book of Daniel' features Episcopal angle
Spanish-language TV ads set to air on Galavision
TV ads: Online gifts will increase national air time (English/Espanol)
Jubilee Grants Committee awards funds to 50 dioceses
Episcopal greetings bless ELCA Assembly and full-communion partnerships
WWII: 60 years after war's end, Episcopalians remember, reflect
Diocesan Digest
August is best to 'turn up the heat' on legislators, Shea says
Weeks Ahead
Internships at 815 provide opportunities to serve and learn
French-speaking Anglicans set theological education, translation as priorities
Government Relations chief praises Chifamba appointment to Washington Office on Africa
Episcopal Divinity School explores faith and contemporary issues; General Theological Seminary breaks ground on Desmond Tutu Education Center
Episcopalians remember nuclear victims
Global mission network certifies Diocesan Mission Agents, launches Young Adult program
God is in the remembering
Diocesan Digest
Multimedia and Podcast: Episcopal Youth Event 2005
Weeks Ahead
General Theological Seminary's fall schedule of courses and lectures set
Afro-Anglicans from around the world gathered in Toronto at third international conference