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January 28, 2013


Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori exchanges a fist bump with Hank Mengedoht, 6, while his brother, Teddy, 8, looks on Jan. 25 during a reception with her at Grace Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Their mother, Katherine, said she and her husband, Dan, brought the boys and their 20-month-old sister, Georgia, to the event “to show support” for the leadership of the Episcopal Church. ENS photo/Mary Frances Schjonberg

South Carolina continuing Episcopalians meet to plan their future
Meeting in a town nicknamed the Holy City because of its founders’ religious tolerance and in a church that has survived the Civil War, great storms and an earthquake, Episcopalians in South Carolina turned to face their future.

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New Jersey diocese announces 6 nominees for bishop
The Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey has announced a slate of six nominees to stand for election as the diocese’s 12th bishop.

North Carolina elects Anne Hodges-Copple as bishop suffragan
The Rev. Anne Hodges-Copple was elected Jan. 25 as bishop suffragan of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, pending the required consents.

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‘Repent, fast, lament for your nation,’ urges Sri Lanka bishop
The bishop of Colombo has called members of the Church of Ceylon to fast, pray and lament over the state of the nation of Sri Lanka after what he described as “the complete collapse of the rule of law” there.

Sexual violence against Syrians must end, Jerusalem bishop says
Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem Suheil Dawani has spoken out against sexual violence affecting women and children escaping Syria and criticized “archaic attitudes” to women that dominate the region.

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Presiding bishop preaches to Episcopalians in South Carolina

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New bishop provisional addresses South Carolina Episcopalians

House of Deputies president supports South Carolina Episcopalians

Presiding bishop preaches to Episcopalians in South Carolina

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