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Greg Peters Joins Nashotah House

Nashotah’s newest professor will be chairman of the first international James Lloyd Breck Conference on Monasticism and the Church, set for June 13-14.

‘We Have Saved Saint Augustine’s’

Saint Augustine’s University, the Episcopal Church’s oldest historically black university, will remain open and return to good standing with accreditors.

New Staff for Va. Diocese

The Rt. Rev. Susan Goff, ecclesiastical authority of the Diocese of Virginia, has called a new canon to the ordinary, diocesan secretary, a director of staff development, and a project coordinator.

Video: Atlanta Airport Chaplain

“I especially pay attention to those people that most folks, including passengers in the airport, don’t really pay attention to — custodial folks, fry cooks, people you only really see if you’re paying attention.”

Leaders Condemn Anti-Semitism

“In our respective faiths we pursue the biblical commandment to uphold a community that is fair to its people and generous to the stranger.”

Church to Lift Statute Jan. 1

“We hope that this temporary suspension of the statute of limitations will be one way for the church to come to terms with cases of sexual misconduct in our collective past.”

Following the Star

British churches are seeing more interest in Christmas services, even as Advent and Christmas traditions wane.