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2005 Ecumenical Articles
Presiding Bishop's statement on the death of Bishop Ramento
Gulf Coast rebuilding: NCC seeks to keep justice at forefront
'Mary document' is focus for continuing reflection
Gaza agreement, Road Map are focus of interreligious leaders' letter
'Torture is unacceptable,' NCC general assembly declares
Methodist, Episcopal bishops hold first-ever dialogue
Overcoming poverty is focus of interfaith vigil
Jewish, Christian leaders on a mission of peace to Jerusalem
Transforming the world is focus of WCC events
Episcopal bishops attend funeral for Brother Roger of Taizé
Episcopal greetings bless ELCA Assembly and full-communion partnerships
Joint 'mission: possible' for ELCA, Episcopal campus ministries
Multimedia: Presiding Bishop visits Armenia, world's 'first Christian nation'
Lutherans' Churchwide Assembly nears with Episcopalians' prayers
ACC continues dialogue on Israel-Palestine, ecumenism, sexuality issues
ACC considers listening on sexuality issues, Christian-Muslim ties, environment
Historical interfaith convocation insists 'Hunger No More'
U.S. Christian leaders contemplate formation of Christian Churches Together
From France to San Francisco: Bishops boost interfaith bonds
'Cover the Uninsured Week' set to open with interfaith initiatives
'Congress should reject this budget,' mainline leaders say
From Passover to Papal Mass, weekend brings interfaith focus
Ties celebrated, strengthened between Episcopal Church and Philippine Independent Church
Episcopalians join ecumenical partners seeking to celebrate creation
Christian unity workshop explores theme of belonging to Christ
Ecumenical advocacy conference set for Washington D.C this weekend; International Women’s Day today
Five mainline protestant leaders call Bush's 2006 budget 'unjust'
Anglicans and Roman Catholics discuss Windsor Report
New ecumenical organization launches in June
Joint Ecumenical statement on Bush's 2006 federal budget
Lenten 'Fast from Violence' resources offered through World Council of Churches
Ecumenical delegation raises concerns on Middle East visit
Congressional action is goal of March 11-14 Ecumenical Advocacy Days
Ecumenism can be key to breaking violent cycles, says Kearon
Episcopal Church joins interfaith appeal for Middle East peace

2003 - 2004 Ecumenical Articles
Statement of the Anglican-Old Catholic Bishops' Conference
Christianity, Islam are focus for Nashotah House Convocation
Christian-Jewish dialogue works to 'seek peace and pursue it'
Episcopalians 'charged to do what is just and right' in Interfaith Relations
Statement on interfaith relations, peace ministries with Israel
U.N. Anglican Observer to hold Peace Day celebration
Conference to explore interfaith dialogue formation, locally and globally
Presiding Bishop sends letter to Russian Patriarch in wake of tragedy
Episcopal interfaith officer addresses Muslim convention
Paris trialogue unites Jews, Muslims, Christians; On-line forum launched from talks at American Cathedral
Parliament of World Religions affirms 'pathways to peace'
Interreligious delegation outline Road Map priorities
National workshop celebrates the gift of Christian unity
Scientists and Religious Leaders Issue Letter on Climate Change
Griswold joins ecumenical pastoral letter on Iraq
Church leaders press Bush on problems facing Holy Land Christians
SCI seminar seeks ethical voices in globalization debate
Sabeel Conference
Churches Uniting in Christ gathers for racial justice consultation
Episcopalians and Roman Catholics continue ecumenical dialogue
Faithful Democracy influences democratic commitment in election year
Rowan Williams convenes interreligious seminar in Washington, D.C.
Religious advocates gathered to call for justice in Washington
Epting endorses NCC guide for "Passion of the Christ" film
Episcopalians join NCCC visit to Cuban churches