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Multimedia and Podcast: Episcopal Youth Event 2005

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8/4/2005
[Episcopal News Service]  More than 1,000 young Episcopalians representing almost every diocese in the Episcopal Church gathered at Berea College in Kentucky July 26-31 for the 2005 Episcopal Youth Event.

The program included a variety of music, worship, public forums and workshops, all helping to capture the week's theme: "Can you catch the spirit off the beaten path?"

Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold and more than 50 other bishops also participated in the week's activities.

Below are links to a photo gallery, video story and a reflection from the Presiding Bishop.

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Episcopal Youth Event 2005 Photo Gallery


Episcopal Youth Event 2005

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Presiding Bishop reflects on EYE

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