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U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador Mari Carmen Aponte and the Canadian and German ambassadors attending the screening of “Before God, We Are All Family, at the National Museum of Anthropology in San Salvador attended by more than 70 people. Photo: Lynette Wilson/ENS

El Salvador Anglicans lead church, society in LGBT full inclusion

[Episcopal News Service – San Salvador, El Salvador] When Bessy Rios’s brother Cruz Torres – then a college student – told her he was gay, she cried for three days. At the time Rios, a lawyer, was a volunteer with a human rights organization … [Read More]

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Detroit delays water shutoff 15 days

[Episcopal News Service] The building crowd – which swelled to more than 1,000 protesters on July 18 in downtown Detroit – had a chant growing ever louder. “What do we want?  Water. When do we want it? Now.” Their voices were apparently heard. … [Read More]

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El Salvador: Violence, insecurity, impunity lead to displacement

[Episcopal News Service – San Salvador, El Salvador] Irene’s 13-year-old daughter disappeared leaving school on Feb. 15, 2012, in a gang-controlled municipality just northwest of San Salvador. The teen’s body was found two days later; Irene learned … [Read More]

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‘Marked for Mission’ EYE14 is sent out to heal the world with love

[Episcopal News Service – Villanova, Pennsylvania] After four days of worship, workshops, prayer, long walks across the Villanova University campus, late-night conversations and contemplation of Scripture and the Five Marks of Mission, EYE14 all came … [Read More]