News: Episcopal News Service August 26, 2015


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August 26, 2015


More than 50 breaks in the levees that hold water out of New Orleans caused 80 percent of the metropolitan area to flood on Aug. 29, 2005. Photo: Jocelyn Augustino/Federal Emergency Management Agency

Out of Deep Waters: Gulf Coast, Episcopal Church remembers Katrina
It was Sunday; just six days after Hurricane Katrina had ripped a swath of death and destruction across the Gulf Coast of Louisiana and Mississippi. It was time for church.

Video: Friends who grew up with Jonathan Daniels reflect on his life
As part of a weekend commemoration of Jonathan Daniels’ martyrdom on Aug. 20, 1965, a group of his early friends gathered at his home parish, St. James Episcopal Church, on Aug. 22 to reminisce during a public panel discussion about the seminarian and civil rights worker who was killed when he was 26 years old.

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Applications accepted for Episcopal Church Indigenous Theological Training grant

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Scott MacDougall named visiting assistant professor of theology at Church Divinity School of the Pacific

GTS appoints Emily Wachner as director of integrative programs

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