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i pi skuh pay lee uhn

  • n  a member of the Episcopal church
  • a  of or pertaining to or characteristic of the Episcopal church
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  • Lore about Betsy Ross sewing Stars and Stripes caught fire years after her death
    Born Elizabeth Griscom on Jan. 1, 1852, in Philadelphia, Betsy Ross was brought up in the Quaker religion. But she was shunned by her family and the church after she eloped in November 1773 with Episcopalian John Ross, whom she met while doing an apprenticeship at an upholstery shop, according to ushistory.org.        
    June 13, 2013 - Orlando Sentinel
  • San Joaquin diocese celebrates return of Turlock church property
    Episcopalians resume services June 9 at St. Francis Episcopal Church in Turlock, California. Photo: Al Galicia [Episcopal News Service] With the rap of his crosier on the church door and a trumpet fanfare, San Joaquin Bishop Chet Talton on June 9 formally ushered in the future of St. Francis Episcopal Church in Turlock. “We’re moving forward with mission, ministry and the work of reconciliation ...
    June 11, 2013 - Worldwide Faith News

  • Mel Gibson in Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
    Pontificated the very reverend Mr. Gibson: "There is no salvation for those outside the Church," Gibson replied. "I believe it. Put it this way, my wife is a saint. She's a much better person than I am. Honestly, she's like Episcopalian,...
  • George HW Bush in CBS News
    As an Episcopalian . . . I have always viewed my faith as an intensely personal matter,Bush said at the library dedication. "There is nothing self-conscious, however, about my relationship with Jesus Christ; and thanks to Billy, I have...

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