Archives: Consecration of St. George’s, Jerusalem (1898)

After a bloody pogrom in Damascus in 1840, the British foreign minister, Lord Palmerston, gained the Ottoman sultan’s support for a plan to encourage Jews from across Europe and Asia to move to Palestine. Anglican mission work began in Jerusalem at the same time, led by the London Society for

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The Inspired Life of Fr. John Roberts

White Robe The Fremont County Pioneer Museum Lander, Wyoming Summer 2023 By Melissa Strickler When I entered the Washakie Gallery inside the Lander Pioneer Museum, Brian Whelan’s White Robe exhibition alongside traditional Native American artwork had such a sense of connectedness, it reached well beyond powerful art sharing a space.

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United Nations Day (1948)

“This Sunday, October 24th, is to be observed throughout the world as United Nations Day. We hope that many of our own churches will give some measure of recognition to the United Nations on this occasion.”

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