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December 2006 ENS Articles
Episcopal parishes, National Cathedral set for Ford funeral rites
Presiding Bishop gives thanks for President Ford, his 'care-filled ministry'
In Bethlehem, Church leaders pledge support for Christians
New bulletin insert series highlights Millennium Development Goals
Weeks Ahead
'Large, viable remnant' wants to continue as Episcopal congregation
In this season: light in the darkness
Presiding Bishop's Council of Advice meets, elects MacPherson as chair
Congregational Development to embark on international, ecumenical gathering
Virginia diocese promises 'every encouragement' to Episcopalians remaining in disaffected congregations
Sudanese students to benefit from education initiative, '100 Churches Project'
Virginia bishop vows to care for remaining Episcopalians, assert rights to departing congregations' property
Presiding Bishop joins in call for renewed efforts at Middle East peace
White House Summit on Malaria welcomes ERD president as featured speaker
Multimedia: Njongonkulu Ndungane on the Millennium Development Goals
San Diego parish empowers Latinas through Guadalupe Art program
Presiding Bishop's Christmas message points to 'God Among Us'
In Houston, Diocesan Center returns to downtown
Southwest Florida elects Dabney Smith as bishop coadjutor
California bishop arrested during San Francisco war protest
Multimedia: Grace Phiri of the Zambian Anglican Council
Weeks Ahead
Nanjing seminary leads the way in China's theological education
Sewanee's Bridge Program introduces high school students to college life
San Joaquin convention seeks to sever diocese from Episcopal Church
Presiding Bishop comments on San Joaquin actions
Ecumenical partner Churches begin three-year project on transforming globalization
The Witness ceases publication after almost 90 years
In China, Taiwan bishop shares ‘harmonious' message on first official visit
Archbishop of Canterbury responds to oversight proposal
Advent finds God 'in the Darkness'
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