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From Norwood to Newburyport and Milton to Marblehead, Episcopalians in more than 40 parishes partnered this summer to make it a safe one for 530 Boston children and youth living in violence "hot spots." Courtesy Kay Evans …
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You watched the Olympics - are you now curious about learning the Chinese language? The Episcopal Boston Chinese Ministry, consisting of congregations at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul and in Quincy and Allston, have opened a Chinese language school in response to increasing demand and to educate…
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All Saints' Church in Stoneham is creating Manna of Sound for Humanity (MOSH), a new worship experience geared toward youth and the young at heart. MOSH will be a Eucharist service amped up by music from "Texas" John Mayer, slide shows and other art. MOSH will be followed by time to hang out in the…
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Governor Deval Patrick visits St. Peter's Church in Salem. As part of the 275th anniversary celebration of St. Peter's Church in Salem, the congregation invited Governor Deval Patrick to stop by the historic church. During his fifteen-minute visit June 9, the governor shook…
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Dr. Paul Farmer (r.) receives All Saints, Brookline's Spirituality & Justice Award from Roberta Schoor (l.), junior warden, and the Rev. David Killian (c.), rector. An overflow crowd greeted internationally acclaimed physician Dr. Paul Farmer on Sunday, April 27 at All Saints…
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St. Stephen’s teens visited the diocesan offices after a visit to the State House to lobby legislators for increased funding for summer jobs. The group carried posters with messages from 400 teens who want summer jobs. Pictured are Angel Gutierrez;…