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2003 General ENS Images



Bishop Gene Robinson (left) renews his ordination commitments in response to Maine Bishop Chilton Knudsen (center), president of Province I, and retiring New Hampshire Bishop Douglas Theuner (right).
(ENS Photo by Anne Brown)

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Maine Bishop Chilton Knudsen (left), president of Province I, presents New Hampshire Bishop Gene Robinson (right) to the congregation at St. Paul's, Concord during his investiture
(ENS Photo by Anne Brown)

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St. James Parishioners Altar View

St. James' Church's back wall leans against the narthex, the only remaining part of the church's building following a tornado on November 17. A large pine tree was twisted at the base and uprooted, falling into the church, holding the back wall in place as the rest of the building seemed to implode.
(ENS Photo by Carol Barnwell)

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St James Back Wall and Sacristy

St. James' used to block this view, but after a tornado on Monday, the only remaining part of the building was the narthex, where the vestments and sacramental vessels were kept. Police have forbidden anyone from entering the area, so it is not known if the vestments and altar hangings have sustained water damage.
(ENS Photo by Carol Barnwell)

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St. James Parishioners Assess the Damage

St. James' parishioners assess the damage to their church. Nothing is left following the tornado on Monday afternoon but members are upbeat about rebuilding and have received offers of support from Episcopal Churches across the diocese.
(ENS Photo by Carol Barnwell)

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St James School Past the Rubble

St. James' Middle School building lost some windows and roofing during the storm but remained virtually untouched just beyond the rubble of the church's nave, seen in the foreground.
(ENS Photo by Carol Barnwell)

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Anglicans sing, pray at UN

Archdeacon Taimalelagi Fagamalama Tuatagaloa-Matalavea, Anglican Observer at the United Nations from Samoa; Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas of All Saints Parish, Brookline, Massachusetts; and Rt. Rev. Roy F. ("Bud") Cederholm, Bishop Suffragan of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts at the Religious Witness for the Earth service at the UN in New York.

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Robinson begins episcopate with call for inclusion

Bishop Gene Robinson during his first parish visitation to All Saints, Peterborough, New Hampshire.
(ENS Photo by Patrick Boylan)


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Robinson receives his miter from his partner

The new bishop receives a miter from his partner, Mark Andrew.

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Robinson surrounded by bishops during consecration

At the moment of consecration, bishops gather around Gene Robinson and join together in a prayer asking God to “make Gene a bishop in your church” and to “pour out upon him the power of your princely Spirit….”

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Bishop Robinson after being consecrated

At the end of the service, Bishop Gene Robinson blesses the congregation.

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Procession at Robinson consecration

The 53 bishops attending the consecration join a long procession into the Whittemore Center at the University of New Hampshire in Durham.
(ENS photo by Bruce Parker of GTS)

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Robinson with his parents

Bishop-elect Gene Robinson is greeted by his parents, Imogene and Victor, before the consecration service began.
(ENS photo by Bruce Parker of GTS)

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Robinson shares a laugh with Bishop Barbara Harris

Bishop Barbara Harris, retired suffragan bishop of Massachusetts, greeted Gene Robinson before the consecration services began.
(ENS photo by Bruce Parker of GTS)

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Robinson presents himself to PB at his consecration

The bishop-elect presents himself for examination before Presiding Bishop Frank T. Griswold, the chief consecrator, who was joined by Bishops (left to right) Chilton Knudsen of Maine; Herbert Donovan Jr., retired bishop of Arkansas; former presiding bishop Edmond Browning; Krister Stendahl, former dean of Harvard Divinity School and bishop of Stockholm in the (Lutheran) Church of Sweden; Ted Eastman, retired bishop of Maryland; and Barbara Harris, retired suffragan bishop of Massachusetts.
(ENS photo by James Solheim)

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Griswold at Robinson consecration

The bishop-elect kneels before Presiding Bishop Frank T. Griswold in preparation for the prayers of consecration.
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Bishops gather in prayer at Robinson consecration

At the moment of consecration, bishops gather around Gene Robinson and join together in a prayer asking God to “make Gene a bishop in your church” and to “pour out upon him the power of your princely Spirit….” The new bishop receives a miter from his partner, Mark Andrew.

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News trucks at Robinson consecration

Television satellite trucks are parked outside the Whittemore Center at the University of New Hampshire. About 200 media were accredited to cover the consecration of Gene Robinson.
(ENS photo by James Solheim)

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Duncan and Roseberry

Bishop Robert Duncan (left) of Pittsburgh chats with the Rev. David Roseberry of Plano, Texas, a host of the AAC meeting in Dallas.
(Jan Nunley of ENS)

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Pope John Paul II in the Vatican October 4.

Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams and his wife Jane met with Pope John Paul II in the Vatican October 4.
(Anglican World photo by James Rosenthal)

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Welcome Bishop James Curry and Bishop Thomas Ely

Rep. Jim Davis (D-FL), left, an Episcopalian member of Congress, welcomes Bishop James Curry of Connecticut and Bishop Thomas Ely of Vermont to Washington, DC.
(Photo by Pam Ridson)

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Welcome to Bishop Carol Gallagher to Washington, DC.

Rep. James Leach, left, (R-Iowa) and Rep. Amo Houghton (R-NY) welcome Bishop Carol Gallagher to Washington, DC.
(Photo by Pam Ridson)

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Muslim Interfaith

Attending the meeting that reestablished the dialogue between Muslims and Christians are Dr. Ali el Samman (left), The Grand Imam, and Bishop Mouneer Anis.
(ENS Photo by Phil Whitfield)

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United Thank Offering 3

JoAnne Chapman, director of the Episcopal Church's United Thank Offering, assisted Archbishop Peter Okine in dedication ceremonies for a new headquarters of the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa.
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United Thank Offering 2

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United Thank Offering Capa House

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Malvina Holloway of the Diocese of Central Gulf Coast's Commission on Racial Reconciliation reads on the old jailhouse steps

Ross Hobbs, left, verger from St. Paul's, Selma, Alabama, stands by the Rev. Jacquelyn Rowe, rector of Good Shepherd, Mobile, Alabama, as she reads on the steps of the former Lowndes County Jail in Hayneville, Alabama, during the Jonathan Daniels pilgrimage Aug. 23. Daniels, an Episcopal seminarian and civil rights worker, was a prisoner in the jail the night before his murder on Aug. 20, 1965.
(ENS photo by E.T. Malone Jr.)

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Ross Hobbs stands by the Rev. Jacquelyn Rowe

Malvina Holloway of the Diocese of Central Gulf Coast's Commission on Racial Reconciliation reads on the old jailhouse steps in Hayneville, Alabama, during the fifth annual Jonathan Daniels Pilgrimage on Aug. 23. With her are, from left, her husband Joaquin Holloway, Good Shepherd, Mobile; Suffragan Bishop Mark Andrus, Diocese of Alabama; and thurifer, the Rev. Neil Cominsky, St. Augustine of Canterbury, Navarre, Florida.
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Rev. Jacquelyn Rowe at Jonathan Daniels pilgrimage

The Rev. Jacquelyn Rowe, rector of Good Shepherd, Mobile, Alabama, preaches during a service held at the Lowndes County Courthouse in Hayneville, Alabama, on August 23 as part of the Jonathan Daniels pilgrimage, hosted this year by the Diocese of Central Gulf Coast. Daniels, an Episcopal seminarian and civil rights worker, was murdered in Hayneville on August 20, 1965.
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Jonathan Daniels pilgrimage

The Rev. H. Michael Hill, left, vicar of St. Cyprian's, Pensacola, Florida, brings more wine to lay eucharistic minister Carey Findley of St. Andrew's, Mobile, Alabama, during the service held in the packed Lowndes County, Alabama, courthouse on August 23 as part of the Jonathan Daniels pilgrimage. Daniels, an Episcopal seminarian and civil rights worker, was murdered in Hayneville, Alabama, on August 20, 1965.
(ENS photo by E.T. Malone Jr.)

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Daniels pilgrimage

Capriel Webb, 12, center, of Fairfield, Alabama, marched for the first time this year in the Daniels pilgrimage. "I came to see how it was like back then," she said.
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Prayers on the storefront porch where Jonathan Daniels was killed

From left, Alabama suffragan bishop Mark Andrus, Central Gulf Coast bishop Phil Duncan, and Good Shepherd, Mobile, Alabama rector Jacquelyn Rowe lead prayers on the storefront porch where Jonathan Daniels was killed in 1965.
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Pilgrims touch the porch

Pilgrims touch the porch of the former Varner's Cash Store in Hayneville, Alabama, where Episcopal seminarian Jonathan Myrick Daniels was killed on Aug. 20, 1965.
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participant at the Archbishop Carey Regional Resource Centre for AIDS



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mango tree for street children and AIDS orphans



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Ugandan Martyrs Day Services



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Archbishop Livingston Nkoyoyo



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The boys choir at Namirembe Cathedral



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Presiding Bishop Frank T. Griswold gives the benediction at Uganda



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Livingston Nkoyoyo, widow of Janani Luwum, Apollo Nsibambi



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The Rev. Stephen Noll of Uganda



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65 orphans and street children



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Archbishop Nkoyoyo, Frank T. Griswold, and Musoke-Lubega



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