News: Episcopal News Service June 22, 2016: Episcopal Digital Network launches new service in French


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June 22, 2016


Episcopal Digital Network launches new service in French: Actualités
Episcopal Digital Network has launched Actualités, designed to provide news and information for French-speaking readers. Actualités, which means “news” in French, was designed to provide services for French-speaking Episcopalians and Anglicans throughout The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion.

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Kansas bishops issue pastoral directive banning firearms in churches
Episcopal Diocese of Kansas Bishop Dean Wolfe and Episcopal Diocese of Western Kansas Bishop Michael Milliken June 20 issued a pastoral directive banning firearms from Episcopal churches in the state, effective Aug. 1, unless they are carried by designated law enforcement officials in the line of duty.

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Report urges Anglicans to defeat laws criminalizing same-sex behavior
The Anglican Communion’s “significant influence” in more than half of the countries that criminalize same-sex behavior ought to be put to use to repeal those laws, a new report says.

Anglican call for action at World Council of Churches
The Anglican moderator of the World Council of Churches (WCC) has called on the church to move away from nostalgia and consider how to become catalysts of a moral force in a world beset by injustice, inequality and rising xenophobia.

First Community of St. Anselm members finish ‘year in God’s time’
In a special commissioning service at Lambeth Palace June 21, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby prayed for the first members of the monastic-inspired Community of St. Anselm as they came to the end of their “year in God’s time.”

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