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From left, Bishop Duncan Gray of Mississippi, Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold, Bishop Bruce MacPherson of Western Louisiana and Bishop Charles Jenkins of Louisiana.


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Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold addresses the "Weathering the Storms" conference held January 4-7 in Orlando, Florida.
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(ENS photo by Daphne Mack)

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Seated in front (l to r) Toni Daniels and the Rev. Sandye Wilson. Standing (l to r) Vivian Harrison, the Rev. Preston B. Hannibal, the Rev. Angela Ifill, Bishop Orris Walker (holding award,) the Rev. Martini Shaw and Richard Miller.
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Pictured (l to r) the Rev. Martini Shaw, the Rev. Canon Frederick Williams (holding award,) Bishop Arthur Williams, the Rev. Preston B. Hannibal, the Rev. Sandye Wilson, the Rev. Angela Ifill, Richard Miller (behind her) Vivian Harrison, and seated in front Toni Daniels.
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Front entry of the Anglican Seminario de San Andrés in México City.
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Main sanctuary of the chapel at the Anglican Seminario de San Andrés in México City.
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A giant ofrenda to the memory of Mexican comedian Cantinflas in the town square in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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An ofrenda made by Dia de los Muertos tour participants in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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Dia de los Muertos tour participants learn the Mexican way to honor departed loved ones in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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Tour coordinator Camie Sands and traditional healer Maria Teresa Valenzuela prepare Dia de los Muertos tour participants to decorate their own ofrenda in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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St. Paul's Church in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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Four life-size dancing "catrina" puppets entertain Dia de los Muertos tour participants during lunch at a hacienda, sponsored by St. Paul's Church in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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 Part of an ofrenda in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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 A toy skull or "calavera" made for Dia de los Muertos.
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 Guest celebrant Harold Weicker (left) greets parishioner at St. Paul's Church in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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 The Rev. Harold Weicker, guest celebrant at St. Paul's Church in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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 Mariachis serenade Dia de los Muertos tour participants during lunch at St. Paul's Church in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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Diocese of Lousiana Resource Center

The Diocese of Louisiana plans to set up four or five resource centers to help people deal with housing and other issues. Current and potential sites include Christ Church Cathedral in New Orleans (shown above), Holy Comforter church on the University of New Orleans campus and Christ Church in Slidell.
(ENS Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg)

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The Rev. Dr. Winfred Vergara preaches at a Hmong service

The Rev. Dr. Winfred Vergara, Missioner for Asian American Ministries of the Episcopal Church, preached at the service.
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Candidates for confirmation

Candidates for confirmation and reception presented and waiting to kneel before one of the three bishops involved in the service.
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The multi-cultural leadership of the Church of the Holy Apostles pose with Bishops Chang, Jelinek and Swenson. Senior Warden Adolphus Neuville and Junior Warden Maria Merrill flank the front row.
(Joe Bjordal, Episcopal Diocese of Minnesota)

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The high-water mark of the post-Katrina floods is plainly visible along St. Paul's entryway.
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The water marred carvings that flank St. Paul's doors.
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Mold now grows everywhere at St. Paul's.
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As power remains out in the Lakeview area, the morning sun shines in on the jumbled pews in the nave of St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
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More than six feet of water filled the nave at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in the Lakeview neighborhood of New Orleans. When the water receded, it left the pews in jumbles.
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The rising floodwaters floated the pews of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in the Lakeview area of New Orleans.
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Paint buckled from the flood is visible on the sill below one of St. Paul's stained glass windows.
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Pews strewn by the floodwaters now block the nave entrance in St. Paul's Episcopal Church in the Lakeview area of New Orleans.
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St. Pauls Episcopal Church, Vestments Damage

Even the vestments in St. Paul's sacristy show the progress of the rising and falling waters.
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St. Paul's Episcopal Church in the Lakeview neighborhood of New Orleans was flooded with more than six feet of water.
(ENS Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg)

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Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold speaks at the Global Action for Children Press Conference

Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold speaks at the Global Action for Children Press Conference.
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Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold, Angelina Jolie, and Alex Baumgarten

Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold, Angelina Jolie, and Alex Baumgarten of the Office of Government Relations
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Representative Jim McDermott at the GAC Conference

Representative Jim McDermott speaking at the press conference for the Global Action for Children coalition.
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New Orleans Jazz Orchestra founder Irvin Mayfield

New Orleans Jazz Orchestra founder Irvin Mayfield led his orchestra in the debut of "All the Saints" November 17 at Christ Church Cathedral in New Orleans.
(ENS Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg)

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Bicentennial Commemoration New Orleans Cathedral

About 40 people attended the bicentennial commemoration of the bicentennial anniversary November 17 of the first non-Roman Catholic service in the Louisiana Purchase.
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Louisiana Bishop Charles Jenkins blesses the congregation

Louisiana Bishop Charles Jenkins blesses the congregation attending the bicentennial anniversary November 17 of the first non-Roman Catholic service in the Louisiana Purchase.
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The first non-Roman Catholic service in the Louisiana Purchase was held at the Cabildo on November 17, 1805, when Episcopal priest Philander Chase offered a service of Morning Prayer. Until the United States purchased the Louisiana Territory, the Cabildo, in Jackson Square in the French Quarter, was the seat of the Spanish Colonial government in New Orleans.
(ENS Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg)

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People coming to the distribution center at New Orleans' Christ Church Cathedral are greeted by this sign as well as a worker who asks them to fill out a short form so that they can keep track people's needs. Along with the center's inventory, workers often broker on-the-spot donations from people with material to offer to others who need it.
(ENS Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg)

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New Orleans Christ Church Cathedral relief center

New Orleans' Christ Church Cathedral, on St. Charles Avenue., opened a relief center in the early days after the hurricane as the city re-opened. It began by giving away water and cleaning supplies. The center is set up on the front lawn and offerings clothes and shoes, personal-hygiene items, baby supplies, water and food supplements. It has met about 25,000 requests for help.
(ENS Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg)

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The Very Rev. David Allard DuPlantier asperses the crowd

While Irvin Mayfield plays the dirge, the Very Rev. David Allard DuPlantier, dean of Christ Church Cathedral New Orleans, inspires the crowd gathered on November 16 at St. Louis Cemetery #1 in New Orleans.
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Jan Carr reading the 23rd Psalm

Jan Carr read the 23rd Psalm during the prayers for New Orleans November 16 at St. Louis Cemetery #1. Louisiana Bishop Charles Jenkins, right, blessed the people and musician Irvin Mayfield played the crowd out of the cemetery and into the French Quarter.
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The second line procession leaves St. Louis Cemetery #1

Members of the band begin to play as the second line procession leave St. Louis Cemetery #1 in New Orleans.
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Irvin Mayfield led the crowd from St. Louis Cemetery #1

Jazz musician and composer Irvin Mayfield led the band and the crowd from St. Louis Cemetery #1 and through New Orleans' French Quarter in the first such parade, known as a second line, since Hurricane Katrina hit the city.
(ENS Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg)

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The Very Rev. David Allard dePlantier blesses the second line

The Very Rev. David Allard dePlantier, dean of Christ Church Cathedral in New Orleans, blesses the second line with the holy water in an gesture that he said was a "symbolic cleansing of our city" and a reminder of our baptisms when we rise to new life.
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The second line moves through the French Quarter.

The second line, the first since Hurricane Katrina, moves through the French Quarter. Second lines grew out of the new Orleans tradition of fraternal groups and burial societies who often competed to see which group could send off a member in the greatest style. When the service was over, and the procession moved from church to cemetery, the band played sad hymns and dirges. On the way back, the music became more joyful. The second liners, the mourners following the band, danced with wild abandon and usually sported umbrellas and handkerchiefs.
(ENS Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg)

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Shanghai's former Anglican cathedral set for Renovation

Platform, dropped ceiling and theater seats are set for removal in restoration of Shanghai's former Anglican Cathedral.
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Shanghai's former Anglican cathedral set for Renovation

Plaster damage is set for repair under restoration of Shanghai's former Anglican cathedral.
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Shanghai's former Anglican cathedral set for Renovation

Theater-style seats are slated for removal as part of restoration of Shanghai's former Anglican cathedral, built in 1869 as Holy Trinity Church.
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Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold arrives at Shanghai's former Anglican cathedral

Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold arrives for October 27 tour of Shanghai's former Anglican cathedral, set for restoration as heart of "postdenominational" Protestant churches in China.
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Tower of former Anglican cathedral in Shanghai

Tower of Shanghai's former Anglican cathedral was said to be city's tallest structure when built in 1893.
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Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold preaches in Taiwan

At Taipei's St. John's Cathedral, Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold preaches October 30 during Sunday service opening his two-day visit to Diocese of Taiwan.
(ENS Photo: Bob Williams)

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Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold leads group in prayer in Korean DMZ

In Korea's Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold leads group in prayer for reconciliation and peace at landmark bridge looking from South Korea to North Korea.
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Line between two Koreas is viewed by Presiding Bishop

Line between two Koreas--set in cement (center)-- is viewed by Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold from window of shelter designated for negotiations between both sides. Gravel bed (at right) designates South Korean soil while smoother grade indicates North Korean side, on which Griswold is standing to survey scene.
(ENS photo: Bob Williams)

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The Rt. Rev. Riah Abu El-Assal

The Rt. Rev. Riah Abu El-Assal, Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem, outside St. George's Cathedral, Jerusalem.
(Matthew Davies, ENS)

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Presiding Bishop at Blue House, Seoul

South Korea's President Roh Moo-hyun (center) listens during October 25 meeting in Seoul with Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold (fourth from left). Also pictured in meeting at Blue House, president's official residence, are (from left) Canon Robert Williams, Episcopal Church director of communication; the Rev. Canon Brian Grieves, Episcopal Church director of peace and justice ministries; Archbishop Matthew Chung, Primate of Anglican Church in Korea (Griswold; Roh); Dr. Jae-Joung Lee, senior vice president, Advisory Council on Democratic and Peaceful Unification Repubic of Korea; Bishop-elect Francis Park of Anglican Diocese of Seoul.
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Presiding Bishop with South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun

South Korea's President Roh Moo-hyun listens as Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold offers perspective on reunification of Korean peninsula. Roh welcomed Griswold to Seoul during October 25 meeting at Blue House, president's official residence.
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Presiding Bishop with South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun

South Korea's President Roh Moo-hyun welcomes Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold to October 25 meeting at Blue House, president's official residence in Seoul.
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Suheil Dawani

The Rev. Suheil Duwani, bishop coadjutor-elect of the Diocese of Jerusalem, speaks to pilgrims from Los Angeles before Eucharist at St. Andrew's Church in Ramallah.
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Inside Bethlehem, the separation wall can be seen for miles
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Trucks arriving at a Bethlehem checkpoint indicate that the building of the separation wall continues
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Graffiti at the Dheisheh refugee camp near Bethlehem illustrates the mindset of its residents
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In Bethlehen, a crane lifts one of the grey concrete slabs that will form part of the separation wall
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Two elementary day schools at Dheisheh refugee camp near Bethlehem offer education to 3,000 children.
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Jerusalem 2005

Fr. Hosam Naoum, residential canon and priest of the Arab congregation at St. George’s Anglican College in East Jerusalem, addresses pilgrims from the Diocese of Los Angeles.

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In the town of Abu Deis, the separation wall stands at least 18 feet high.

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Arab Palestinians pass through the checkpoint in Abu Deis, where the separation wall stands at least 18 feet high.

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In Abu Deis the separation wall can be seen spiraling up the hill.

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An Arab Palestinian women pass through an unmanned checkpoint in the town of Abu Deis.

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Jerusalem 2005

At Nebi Samuel, the view overlooking Jerusalem from the North offers a clear view of the Jewish settlements that surround the city, making it very difficult for the Palestinians to expand.

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In Nazareth, Atallah Mansour, a former journalist of Israeli Hebrew newspapers, told the group that he is optimistic about the future in the Middle East.

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Jerusalem 2005

A view of the city of Nazareth from St. Margaret’s Guest House.

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The Rev. Rob Wood loads boxes for Episcopal School in Mississippi

The Rev. Rob Wood of the Diocese of Atlanta loads boxes into the back of a bus bound for Coast Episcopal School in Long Beach, Mississippi.


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The Rev. Clairborne Jones loads food for Coast Episcopal School in Long Beach, Mississippi

The Rev. Clairborne Jones, vicar of Emmaus House in Atlanta, Georgia, piled her station wagon high with food and left prepared to feed 1,000 people a Sunday dinner of fried chicken, cole slaw and potato salad at Coast Episcopal School in Long Beach, Mississippi.


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The Rt. Rev. Carol Gallagher greets well-wishers

The Rt. Rev. Carol Gallagher, holding niece Annabel Walkingstick Richard, greets well-wishers October 1 following an Evensong welcoming her to the diocese as assisting bishop.

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The Rt. Rev. Carol Gallagher greets the Rev. Deacon Kathleen Ballard

The Rt. Rev. Carol Gallagher greets the Rev. Deacon Kathleen Ballard after an October 2 Evensong welcoming Gallagher to the diocese. Diocesan Bishop John P. Croneberger looks on.

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Newark Bishop John P. Croneberger and new assisting bishop Carol Joy Gallagher of Newark

Newark Bishop John P. Croneberger and Newark’s new assisting bishop Carol Joy Gallagher stand outside Trinity and St. Philip’s Cathedral after an Evensong welcoming her to the diocese.

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Nearly 30 people gathered at the California State Prison, Solano on June 18 for James Tramel's ordination to the priesthood. Among the clergy present were, left to right, the Rev. Dr. Dennis Tierney, the Rev. Richard E. Helmer, the Rev. Lori Walton, the Rev. Stephanie Green, the Rev. Kathleen Van Sickle, the Rev. James R. Tramel, the Rev. Dr. Louis Weil, the Rev. James Richardson, and the Rt. Rev. William E. Swing.


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Presiding Bishop Visits New Orleans

Extensive damage at St. Paul's, New Orleans.
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Presiding Bishop Visits New Orleans

Extensive damage at St. Paul's, New Orleans
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Presiding Bishop Visits New Orleans

Extensive damage at St. Paul's, New Orleans. Note the high water mark above the Word 'Episcopal.'
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Presiding Bishop Visits New Orleans

One of our vehicles and its identifying signage, parked in front of the church.
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Bishop Jenkins with the reserved sacrament which several in our group consumed in the church.
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A stained glass window depicting Martin Luther King, with a damaged church flag in the foreground
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Presiding Bishop Visits New Orleans

Church of the Annunciation: flood damage and mold.
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Presiding Bishop Visits New Orleans

Church of the Annunciation: flood damage and mold
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Presiding Bishop Visits New Orleans

Church of the Annunciation: flood damage and mold.
(Sarah Bartenstein, Episcopal News Service)

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Presiding Bishop Visits New Orleans

Bishop Griswold and Bishop Packard speak with military chaplains outside Church of the Annunciation in New Orleans.
(Sarah Bartenstein, Episcopal News Service)

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Presiding Bishop Visits New Orleans

Bishop Griswold and Bishop Packard speak with military chaplains outside Church of the Annunciation in New Orleans.
(Sarah Bartenstein, Episcopal News Service)

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Presiding Bishop Visits New Orleans

Bishop Griswold and Bishop Packard speak with military chaplains outside Church of the Annunciation in New Orleans.
(Sarah Bartenstein, Episcopal News Service)

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Presiding Bishop Visits New Orleans

Rev. Roger Allen with Bishop Griswold at Holy Comforter Chapel on the campus of the University of New Orleans. The chapel received little damage, but Father Allen's home was virtually destroyed.
(Sarah Bartenstein, Episcopal News Service)

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Parents and students at Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

Parents and students from schools hit by Hurricane Katrina register for classes at Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School in Lake Charles, Louisiana.


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Parents of students at Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School in Lake Charles, Louisiana

Parents of students at Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School in Lake Charles, Louisiana, made sure each of the 80 evacuated students had a book bag filled with school supplies and a snack when they arrived.
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Students at Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School in Lake Charles, Louisiana

In the midst of taking in 80 students displaced by Hurricane Katrina, students at Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School in Lake Charles, Louisiana, continued their normal mission and outreach projects. The first grade always helps animals both locally and internationally. This year they decided to provide food for the barns of displaced animals in Gonzales, Lousiana, where about 500 animals are being held.
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New students at Ascension Day School, Lafayette, Louisiana

Ascension Day School in Lafayette, Louisiana, enrolled 115 students evacuated from schools closed by Hurricane Katrina.
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New young students at Ascension Day School

Ascension Day School in Lafayette, Louisiana, enrolled 115 students evacuated from schools closed by Hurricane Katrina.
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St. John's University, Taiwan

University sign is unveiled during ceremony.

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Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane of Cape Town addresses the crowd gathered for the closing ceremony of a September 14-16 interfaith vigil on global poverty.
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Bishop Charles Jenkins of Louisiana at his temporary offices in Baton Rouge.
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The Right Reverend James Russell Moodey



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Katrina Aftermath: Altar Rails Rubble

Lying behind the altar rails resurrected from the rubble, remnants of houses show the scale of destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina.
(Matt Davies, ENS)

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Katrina: Sign for St Marks Service

On Church Avenue in Gulfport, Mississippi, a makeshift sign announces a service on the site where St. Mark's Church once stood before it was devastated by Hurricane Katrina.

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Katrina Aftermath: St. Marks Episcopal Flag

An Episcopal flag alerts passers by to the site where St. Mark's Church, Gulfport, once stood.
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Katrina Aftermath: St Marks Church Remains

All that remains of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Gulfport, is the slab where the building once stood.
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Bishop Duncan Gray III of Mississippi

Bishop Duncan Gray III of Mississippi speaks to reporters before a September 4 service at St. Mark's Church, Gulfport, which was devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
(Matt Davies, ENS)

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Katrina Aftermath: the Very Rev. James Bo Roberts

Visibly moved, St. Mark's rector, the Very Rev. James Bo Roberts, offered words of encouragement to his congregation as they met for the first time since the church was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina August 29.
(Matt Davies, ENS)

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Katrina Aftermath: The congregation of St. Marks Church

The congregation of St. Mark's Church, Gulfport, gather on the slab upon which the church once stood September 4 to celebrate Eucharist with their rector, the Very Rev. James Bo Roberts, and Bishop Duncan Gray III of Mississippi.

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Katrina Aftermath: Ocean Drive in Gulfport, MS

Scenes on Ocean Drive in Gulfport highlight the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina.
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Katrina Aftermath: Houses flattened behind St Marks

Houses flattened by Hurricane Katrina form the backdrop of the service at St. Mark's Church, Gulfport.
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Katrina Aftermath: Ocean Drive in Gulfport, MS

Scenes on Ocean Drive in Gulfport highlight the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina.
(Matt Davies, ENS)

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Katrina Aftermath:St. Marks Sign, Gulfport MS

Along the coast at Gulfport, Mississippi, where the eye of Hurricane Katrina made landfall August 29, a sign for St. Mark's Episcopal Church lies on the roadside near where the church once rested.
(Matt Davies, ENS)

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Donald V. Romanik, an Episcopalian from Connecticut, becomes Episcopal Church Foundation's next president.

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The Rev. Jacqueline A. Means and Virginia prison chaplain Marjorie H. Holm toured a 3000-inmate pretrial prison in Baltimore, Md., while participating in a national corrections conference.
(Photo by Val Hymes)

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Episcopalians remember nuclear victims

Susan Metzmaker, left, and Ann Thomas, both from St. Luke's-Long Beach, California, talk with Janet Chisholm, right, following her address to the Las Vegas event.  Both are members of the Episcopal Peace Fellowship.
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Episcopalians remember nuclear victims

Janet Chisholm, speaking to the anti-nuclear conference, told her story of growing up in Las Vegas and how the bomb was part of her life as a youngster.
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Episcopalians remember nuclear victims

Sue Bolen, right, sits with friends from the Idaho Peace Coalition at the Nevada Test Site, Aug. 6, the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima.  She is a member of St. Michael's Cathedral-Boise, Idaho.

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Episcopalians remember nuclear victims

Waiting to protest at the Nevada Test site (Aug. 6) are, left to right, Janet Chisholm, Episcopal Peace Fellowship national council chair, Midgene Spatz, Summerlin, Nevada and member of Christ Church-Las Vegas, and Erin Barlow, 13, member Church of the Epiphany-Henderson, Nevada.
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Episcopalians remember nuclear victims

Martin Sheen, actor and activist, speaks to about 300 gathered near the Nevada Test Site August 6. 
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Episcopalians remember nuclear victims

Martin Sheen, actor and activist, speaks to about 300 gathered near the Nevada Test Site August 6.  They gathered to protest the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the victims in Japan as well as victims of nuclear testing in the South Pacific and North America.
(ENS photo by Dan Webster.)

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Episcopal Youth Event

Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold chats with a young Episcopalian from the Diocese of the Virgin Islands.
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Episcopal Youth Event

Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold interacts with young Episcopalians on the campus of Berea College, Kentucky.
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Episcopal Youth Event

Young Episcopalians look on as the Presiding Bishop delivers a daily message.
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Episcopal Youth Event

Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold delivers one of his daily messages to the gathering.
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Episcopal Youth Event

Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold delivers one of his daily messages to the gathering.
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Episcopal Youth Event

Young Episcopalians gather for a morning program of music and drama.
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Episcopal Youth Event

A participant looks on as the Presiding Bishop delivers a daily message.
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Episcopal Youth Event

Young Episcopalians gather for a morning program of music and drama.
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The Third International Conference on Afro-Anglicanism

The opening Eucharist at St. James' Cathedral took on a spirit of celebration, with praise dancers.
(ENS photo by Adora Mack.)

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The Third International Conference on Afro-Anglicanism

Young people made their voices heard during daily informal afternoon sessions called “Youthful Space.”
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The Third International Conference on Afro-Anglicanism

Seated l to r, Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane of Cape Town, Primate of South Africa, Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold, retired Bishop Suffragan Barbara Harris of Massachusetts, and the Rev. John Peterson of Washington National Cathedral, former Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, were panelists for an exploration of "The Anglican Communion, Our Global Village."
(ENS photo by Adora Mack.)

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Presiding Bishop's trip to Armenia

(Photo: the Rev. Peter Casparian)

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Presiding Bishop in Armenia

At the invitation of His Holiness Karekin II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians, Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold and a small delegation visited the Church in Armenia July 4-9. Centered in Yerevan, the delegation's mission was to celebrate more than a century of friendly relations between the two churches, to experience the contemporary reality of the Armenian Church in the post-Soviet era, and to explore new areas of potential partnership in the Gospel for the 21st century.
(Photo: Barbara Braver)

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Presiding Bishop in Los Angeles

Sharing in interfaith panel at L.A. Baha'i Center are (from left) Judge Dorothy Nelson, Judge James Nelson, Muzammil Siddiqi, Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold, the Venerable Wolpola Piyananda, Rabbi Harold Schuweiss and Swani Atmavidyananda. For more information on the events, see the article in our Latest News section.
(Photo: Penny Jennings)

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Presiding Bishop in Armenia meets with Church Youth Group

A church youth group met with the Presiding Bishop and impressed him with their questions and their enthusiasm.
(Photo: the Rev. Peter Casparian)

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Presiding Bishop in Armenia

At the Armenian Genocide Memorial, which commemorates the death of more than 1.5 million Armenians in 1915 at the hands of Turks of the Ottoman Empire, the Presiding Bishop wrote in the book of remembrance, laid a wreath in memory of the victims and offered a prayer.
(Photo: the Rev. Peter Casparian)

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Presiding Bishop in Armenia

At the Armenian Genocide Memorial, which commemorates the death of more than 1.5 million Armenians in 1915 at the hands of Turks of the Ottoman Empire, the Presiding Bishop wrote in the book of remembrance, laid a wreath in memory of the victims and offered a prayer.
(Photo: the Rev. Peter Casparian)

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Presiding Bishop in Armenia

At the Armenian Genocide Memorial, which commemorates the death of more than 1.5 million Armenians in 1915 at the hands of Turks of the Ottoman Empire, the Presiding Bishop wrote in the book of remembrance, laid a wreath in memory of the victims and offered a prayer.
(Photo: the Rev. Peter Casparian)

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Presiding Bishop in Armenia

Significant time during the weeklong visit to the Armenian Apostolic Church was devoted to visiting ancient churches and places of pilgrimage. A young girl in colorful native dress offered the traditional greeting of bread and salt to the Presiding Bishop on his arrival at Khor Virab, a 4th century monastery associated with St. Gregory the Illuminator to whom Armenia owes the distinction of becoming the first Christian nation in 301.
(Photo: the Rev. Peter Casparian)

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Presiding Bishop in Armenia

Significant time during the weeklong visit to the Armenian Apostolic Church was devoted to visiting ancient churches and places of pilgrimage. A young girl in colorful native dress offered the traditional greeting of bread and salt to the Presiding Bishop on his arrival at Khor Virab, a 4th century monastery associated with St. Gregory the Illuminator to whom Armenia owes the distinction of becoming the first Christian nation in 301.
(Photo: the Rev. Peter Casparian)

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Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold joined six presenters at the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) meeting in Nottingham June 21 to outline, in response to the Windsor Report's request (paragraph 135), "how a person living in a same gender union may be considered eligible to lead the flock of Christ."
(Matt Ludvino/ENS)

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Eric Beresford at ACC-13 in Nottingham

Eric Beresford, the Anglican Communion's consultant for Ethics, addresses the Anglican Consultative Council in Nottingham on environmental issues.
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Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams gives the presidential address at the ACC-13

(Matthew Davies/ENS)

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Carrying banners from their churches around the world, members of the Anglican Consultative Council processed from Nottingham City Center to St. Peter's Church for the opening Eucharist of their 10-day meeting here.
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Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. Rowan Williams offers prayers at the ACC opening Eucharist.
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Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. Rowan Williams processes to Nottingham's St. Peter's Church for the opening Eucharist of the Anglican Consultative Council meeting.
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Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. Rowan Williams offers prayers at the ACC opening Eucharist.
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The Anglican Communion Environmental Network (ACEN), meeting in Canberra, Australia, April 17-22, discussed the church's response to global warming.
(Bishop Geoff Davies)

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The Rev. Dr. Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook, associate professor of Pastoral Theology at Episcopal Divinity School (EDS) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, will succeed Dr. Joanna Dewey as the seminary's Academic Dean effective July 1, 2005.

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(Kim Byham/ENS)

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Archbishop Peter Carnley of Australia is appointed chair of the Anglican Communion's Panel of Reference.

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The roots of the sycamore tree that fell in St. Paul's Chapel churchyard during 9/11 -- missing all the tombstones and the church itself -- are returned to Trinity Church by sculptor Steve Tobin.
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Steve Tobin, sculptor, puts some finishing touches to the sycamore root outside Trinity Church, Wall Street.
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The Rev. James Cooper, rector of Trinity-St. Paul's, discusses the sculture with Steve Tobin outside Trinity Church, Wall Street.
(Matthew Davies/ENS)

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Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger of Germany is elected Pope April 19.

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Twenty prison ministry pilgrims visit the Chapel of the Transfiguration at the Louisiana State Penitentiary March 1.
(Val Hymes)

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Twenty prison ministry pilgrims during a March 1 visit to Louisiana State Penitentiary.
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Bishop Field of West Texas dies at 88.

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Greeting Pope John Paul II in summer of 2003 are (from left) Episcopal Bishop Jon Bruno and Mary Bruno of the Diocese of Los Angeles, and Carla and Bishop Wendell Gibbs of the Detroit-based Diocese of Michigan.

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Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold with Pope John Paul II.

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Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams and Pope John Paul II October 2003
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The Rt. Rev. Steven Tsosie Plummer, the first Navajo bishop in the Episcopal Church, died Saturday, April 2, in a Shiprock, New Mexico, hospital after a heroic battle with cancer.

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Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold speaking on global reconciliation issues.

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Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams
(Lambeth Palace)

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The Rev. Rebecca McClain, new executive director of the national Church Deployment Office

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From left to right: Archdeacon Taimalelagi Tuatagaloa-Matalavea, Amelia Ward, Pauline Sathiamurthy, Marian Wright Edelman, Dr. Ester Mombo, The Rev. Sereima Lomaloma and Angela King.
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The Rev. Canon James R. Mathes will be consecrated the fourth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego March 5.

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Jane Williams, wife of the Archbishop of Canterbury, addressed the 110th Annual Meeting of the Episcopal Church Women (ECW) in the Diocese of Los Angeles.
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The Most Rev. Justice Ofei Akrofi, Archbishop of West Africa & Bishop of Accra
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Primates of the Anglican Communion



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Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold and Bishop Don Wimberly of Texas at the Sunday morning Eucharist at St. David's Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas.
(Matthew Davies)

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Members of the Executive Council gather at the Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, Texas, for Eucharist and a tour of the Episcopal Church archives.
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Gregory Straub named as executive officer for General Convention.

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From left to right: Tony Kireopolis, NCC Associate General Secretary for International Relations; Ann Hafton, ELCA; Thelma Chambers-Young, Progressive Baptists; Sung Choi, Korean Presbyterian, USA; His Beatitude Ireneos, the Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem; Bishop Thomas Hoyt, Christian Methodist Episcopal; Bishop Chris Epting, Episcopal Church; Michael Kinnamon, Disciples of Christ; Sylvia Campbell, Alliance of Baptists; Jim Winkler, United MethodistChurch.

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The Rev. Bavi Edna "Nedi" Rivera will be ordained and consecrated as the first bishop suffragan for the Diocese of Olympia January 22.

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The Rev. Charles Laku translates as Bishop Marshall preaches under a mango tree.

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Bishop Paul Marshall ordains Joyce Doru to the sacred order of priest in the Episcopal Diocese of Kajo Keji in Sudan.

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Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori of Nevada with Presiding Bishop Frank T. Griswold addressing the media after the House of Bishops meeting in Salt Lake City
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Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold

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Jeffrey Steenson


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Volunteers from Mission Graphics and the Church of Our Savior, Chinatown, Manhattan, assemble the Groundwork packages, Lenten resources for congregations.

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The Rev. Ed Bacon, rector of All Saints Church in Pasadena, reported $146,000 in donations after Sunday services on January 2 in support of the victims of the South Asia tsunami.
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Left to right: Kitty Hall, Nelson Leonard, Peggy Phelps
(Bill Youngblood)

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