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October 2005 ENS Articles
C.S. Lewis is focus for Trinity-St. Paul's celebration of art and faith
Hurricane evacuees assisted through EMM sponsorship initiative
Global South Encounter outlines challenges
Black clergy charged to live the vision of God
In Taiwan, Presiding Bishop affirms cross-cultural understanding
From Shanghai to Taipei, Presiding Bishop welcomed to church united, diverse
International Briefing
ERD assists Florida communities impacted by Hurricane Wilma
Out of Deep Waters: New Orleans kids find a place in Newark
Diocesan Digest
Week Ahead
Korea's Anglicans welcome Presiding Bishop, collaboration on reunification
Peace in Jerusalem means peace for the world, Bishop Riah says
Religious leaders call on Hastert to oppose housing restrictions
DuBose Lectures explore theology of church architecture
Korean peninsula reunification affirmed by Presiding Bishop
Jerusalem's coadjutor bishop-elect outlines vision for the diocese
Live internet discussion focuses on religions and Middle East policy
Japan's Anglican leaders welcome Presiding Bishop for visit affirming shared 'journey of reconciliation'
In Hiroshima, Presiding Bishop preaches at Resurrection Church
Bethlehem Palestinians optimistic despite occupation
New Orleans cathedral's bicentennial celebrated in Thanksgiving special
'Diversity is a wonderful gift from God'
Diocesan Digest
Palestinian education is central to Los Angeles parish partnership
Week Ahead
'Give that woman a chair,' Olympia bishop tells St. Margaret's gathering
Evolution controversy puts Wichita woman's faith under the microscope
Episcopal Church's audit report now available online
Presiding Bishop calls on Congress to oppose budget package
Los Angeles pilgrims hear challenges of Holy Land Christians
Episcopal Church leaders endorse comprehensive immigration reform legislation
Boyer set to speak at October 29 workshop in Virginia
'A vision seen, a call obeyed' by American Churches in Europe at convention
Young Adult Ministry Network celebrates ministries in abundance at Denver meeting
South Asian earthquake relief continues through ERD
Danforth holds mirror to religious-political right, left
International briefing Pt. 2
Methodist, Episcopal bishops hold first-ever dialogue
International briefing
Diocesan Digest
Reconciliation perspectives, workbook offered by seminary dean
Presiding Bishop thanks Senator John McCain in letter for senate action regarding Guantanamo detainees
Weeks Ahead
Eames issues warning on future of World Anglicanism
Mauritian bishop underscores theological education, Anglican unity as priorities
Black congregational development conference set for November 13-18 at Kanuga
Church Publishing acquires Morehouse, Living the Good News
Disaster-preparedness plans needed, Executive Council says
Lay employees: Council seeks employment equity
Summary of resolutions passed by Executive Council
Asian earthquake prompts prayers and pledges
Flooding devastates Central American communities, ERD responds
'Positive investment' in Israel-Palestine central to Council action
Hurricane relief strategy outlined as Executive Council meeting opens
Visual Arts 'Hard Copy' exhibition on view at General Seminary
International Briefing
Diocesan Digest
ERD plans multi-year response to hurricanes, reaches $10 million in contributions
Week Ahead
Eames delivers second lecture on Communion at Virginia seminary
Eames speaks at Virginia seminary on reality of Communion
Anglican Cycle of Prayer 2006 takes on a new form
Out of Deep Waters: Hurricane-hit diocese begins to discern its future
House of Bishops reports, resources available online
Israel/Palestine: Report recommends corporate engagement, positive investment
Church's mission is focus for Executive Council's October meeting