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10JunThe feast of Pentecost and the red light district of São Paulo.

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  • Written By:Fr. Stephen Dass

We cannot separate the speaking of different languages from the coming of the Holy Spirit. In some churches, the gospel is read in many different languages on this day. It is an important symbolic act to show that the Holy Spirit changed the way the first disciples understood the message of the gospel.

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29MayBishop Gray Foundation meets in SW Florida

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  • Written By:Diocese of SW Fla.

The Bishop Gray Foundation supports Episcopal retirees, retired clergy, clergy wives and church staff in the Diocese of Southwest Florida, Southeast Florida and Central Florida.

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01MayNew book leads Biblical way through dark valley of domestic violence

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  • Written By:Moody Publishers press release

Authors Justin Holcomb -- Canon for Vocations at the Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida -- and Lindsey Holcomb Draw on Pastoral & Counseling Experience to Bring Hope and Healing to Domestic Violence Victims in Is It My Fault?

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18Apr‘Spiritual Giant’ Terry Fullam remembered

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  • Written By:George Conger and CFE staff

The Rev. Everett L. Fullam, one of the most influential Episcopal priests of his generation and a founder of the modern church renewal movement, died March 15. “A generation ago he was a hero,” said the Rt. Rev. Gregory Brewer, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida, adding that his influence is still strong in the Church.

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07MarECBF ‘Buildings for A New Tomorrow’ symposium goes ecumenical, international

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  • Written By:jthoma

Buildings for a New Tomorrow

April 28-30, 2104

Fort Lauderdale, FL

ECBF ‘Buildings for A New Tomorrow’ symposium goes ecumenical, international

The Episcopal Church Building Fund’s annual symposium, “Buildings for a New Tomorrow” was created to bring together innovators to discuss ways in which church buildings can be used as real estate assets for the financial sustainability of congregations, and ways to use church buildings and land so they are thriving hubs in the community.

This national gathering provides robust networking opportunities for support systems and creative synergy.

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