Anglican and Catholic bishops urge transparency by Government on Trans ... - NZ Catholic

Anglican and Catholic bishops urge transparency by Government on Trans ...NZ CatholicThe Anglican and Catholic bishops of Aotearoa New Zealand called for more transparency concerning the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) currently being negotiated, so

 

St. James Episcopal Church to host golf outing on June 29 at Farmstead Golf ... - NJ.com

St. James Episcopal Church to host golf outing on June 29 at Farmstead Golf ...NJ.comSt. James' Episcopal Church of Hackettstown will be holding its seventh annual Golf Outing on Monday, June 29, at Farmstead Golf & Country Club in Lafayette.

 

Conservative Anglican group backs away from split with Anglican Communion - Religion News Service

Conservative Anglican group backs away from split with Anglican CommunionReligion News Service(RNS) Widely viewed as a schismatic movement, the Global Anglican Future Conference, or GAFCON, a grouping of conservative Anglicans, says it is not leaving the worldwide Anglican Co

 

Conservative Anglican group backs away from split with Anglican Communion - Religion News Service

Conservative Anglican group backs away from split with Anglican CommunionReligion News Service(RNS) Widely viewed as a schismatic movement, the Global Anglican Future Conference, or GAFCON, a grouping of conservative Anglicans, says it is not leaving the worldwide Anglican Comm

 

(NYT Upshot) The Methodology: 1.5 Million Missing Black Men

Our analysis of the number of missing African-American men relies on the 2010 census, the government’s most recent attempt to count all residents. The census also contains counts of people in prison and in other institutions such as homeless shelters, hospitals, nursing homes and domestic military barracks.

According to the Census Bureau, there were 7.046 million black men 25 to 54 who were not incarcerated in 2010 and 8.503 million black women in this category. The difference between these two figures leads to our headline of 1.5 million missing black men.

 

(BBC) Turning Ethiopia’s desert green

A generation ago Ethiopia's Tigray province was stricken by a famine that shocked the world. Today, as Chris Haslam reports, local people are using ancient techniques to turn part of the desert green.

In the pink-streaked twilight, a river of humanity is flowing across Tigray's dusty Hawzien plain. This cracked and desiccated landscape, in Ethiopia's far north, occupies a dark corner of the global collective memory. Thirty years ago, not far from here, the BBC's Michael Buerk first alerted us to a biblical famine he described as "the closest thing to hell on earth".

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