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Anglicans Sanction Episcopalians Over Gay Bishop, Gay Unions
U.S. and Canada churches asked to "voluntarily withdraw" from panel.
'Moral Values' Tops Voters' Concerns—But What Does It Mean?
Sexual morality probably trumped social justice concerns, say observers.
Judge Dismisses Suit Over Greek Orthodox Constitution
Courts don't have authority to adjudicate ecclesiastical matters, says New York State Supreme Court Justice.
Religious Leaders Frustrated that Poverty Goes Unnoticed in Election
The least of these are the least discussed this campaign season.
Bishop Bans Pro-choice Voters From Communion
Votes may be considered sin if cast for politicians who support abortions.
Disappointed Anglican Conservatives Mull Options, Threaten Revolt
Americans must belong to Episcopal Church, report says.
… And Orthodox Division
Greek Orthodox prepare for contentious assembly in New York.
State Department Adds Saudi Arabia to 'Worst of Worst' Persecutors List
Eritrea and Vietnam also added as countries of particular concern after years of pressure.
Methodist Rulings Reinforce Traditional Church Policy on Homosexuality
Beth Stroud's conviction upheld; Judicial Council says homosexuals have no automatic right to church membership.
Institute for Religion and Democracy President Diane Knippers Dies at 53
Stalwart against liberalism in mainline churches had colon cancer.
Pope John Paul II, Leader of World's 1 Billion Roman Catholics, Is Dead at 84
Third-longest papacy marked by a passion to evangelize the whole world.
In Anglican Report, There's Something for Everyone, Once Again
But can Via Media approach continue to keep the churches together?
Presbyterian Church (USA): No Actively Gay Pastors
Close vote at July General Assembly maintains sexuality standards.
Report Rebukes Episcopalians for Disunity but Declines Sanctions
U.S. church in limbo as conservative dissidents mull their options.
Supreme Court Opening Will Test Strength of Religious Conservatives
Conservative groups say this is why they pushed for Bush's re-election.
Black Church Indifference Postpones Launch of Christian Churches Together
Some question whether another ecumenical group is necessary.

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It’s Not Enough to Preach Racial Justice. We Need to Champion Policy Change.
It’s Not Enough to Preach Racial Justice. We Need to Champion Policy Change.
The legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. reminds us to push past tweetable quotes and ‘big talk’ to practice true Christlike love.

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