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November 2005 ENS Articles
Ugandan-born Sentamu becomes England's first African Archbishop
World AIDS Day commemorations, Festivals of Lessons and Carols highlight church events
Groundwork II evangelism resources available online
Delegates sought for U.N. Commission on Status of Women
Gaza agreement, Road Map are focus of interreligious leaders' letter
Annual Thanksgiving Day broadcast and events throughout the church
Post-hurricane housing crisis called worst since Dust Bowl
Creation Catechism is resource in public debate
At-risk children aided by new legislation
International briefing
Louisiana diocese begins 3rd century of ministry
Presiding Bishop: A historic step forward for the children of the World
Diocesan Digest: November 17, 2005
Hurricane relief partnerships blossom between congregations, dioceses
General Convention fair linen dedicated
OUT OF DEEP WATERS: Second line brings new life to New Orleans
Weeks Ahead
Memorial lecture set to address global environmental justice and racism
Shanghai cathedral photos, blueprints sought to aid restoration
Out of Deep Waters: Gulf Coast bishops write Congress about hurricane relief
Thanksgiving Day telecast will focus on Gulf Coast's future
International briefing
'Torture is unacceptable,' NCC general assembly declares
Newsmakers: Royals visit, Tutu preaches, Tyson reflects, and more
Diocesan Digest
Week Ahead
Hmong refugees received in first for Anglican Communion
Washington Cathedral to host two-night interdenominational revival
IRS warning follows antiwar sermon; Pasadena parish refutes charges
Asia visit finds Anglicans united in reconciling mission
International briefing
Federal budget is 'beyond redemption,' bishop says
Iranian President's comments on Israel 'abhorrent,' Griswold says
Diocesan Digest
'Groundwork' evangelism tools readied for second year
Louisiana's bishop set to bring message of hope, gratitude to New York
Out of Deep Waters: SE Florida diocese assesses damage after Wilma
Weeks Ahead
C.S. Lewis is focus for Trinity-St. Paul's celebration of art and faith