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Synonyms for Episcopalian

a member of the Episcopal church

of or pertaining to or characteristic of the Episcopal church

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Brent Was during a streetside Ash Wednesday gathering of local Episcopalian clergy and lay people who offered the rite to passers-by at the Lane Transit District plaza downtown.
Episcopalians made news in 2003 when New Hampshire Gene Robinson was consecrated the first openly homosexually active bishop in the Anglican world.
Since 1980, more than a dozen Catholic communities--where former Episcopal clergy received into the Catholic church were joined by a substantial number of their former Episcopalian flock--have been established within local U.
hristianity, of which Episcopalians are a denomination, is the largest religion in the world; while Hinduism is the third largest with about a billion adherents and moksh (liberation) as its ultimate goal.
Displaying a surprising Episcopalian impulse for reform, Polk encouraged missionary outreach to New Orleans sailors through St.
I suspect a broad majority of Episcopalian lay people, regardless of how they feel about Robinson, feel more aggrieved by the international and domestic attacks on ECUSA autonomy than by the autonomous decisions of the diocese of New Hampshire.
In contrast, by 1850 the Congregationalist and Episcopalian slices of the religious pie had shrunk from 20.
by ordained Episcopalian priest Malcolm Boyd is a groundbreaking treasury.
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Perhaps as many as 200 to 300 female deacons were ordained, but the Methodists, the two Presbyterian bodies, and the American Baptists ordained significantly more women to the office of deacon, and the Episcopalian church was ordaining women to be elders or priests.
The Scottish Episcopalian minister said he got the address automatically when he applied to his service provider virgin.
This branch of the Bush family, except for Barbara, has been Episcopalian for a long, long time.
A VOTE on the first openly gay bishop in the Episcopalian church in the US was put off last night after he was accused of being a "skirt chaser".
The Weaver of legend attended one high Episcopalian service annually; in fact, he not only attended Episcopalian services in Chicago, but Presbyterian and Methodist services in Weaverville.
In the face of state indifference and helplessness, initiatives often tend to come from the grass roots -- the Pueblo Nuevo Community Group (founded by an Episcopalian priest in 1929) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the area's physical and social circumstances.