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Seattle-area Food Bank Farm helps feed the hungry, physically and spiritually

A former-dairy farmer turned priest has returned to his farming roots to create a Food Bank Farm helping to feed the hungry.

07 September 2016

Washington National Cathedral Phase I earthquake repairs completed

Washington National Cathedral has announced the completion of Phase I repairs in its ongoing earthquake restoration work.

24 February 2015

Washington Cathedral participates in Rome interfaith summit

Religious leaders from five continents gather in Rome to issue a Call to Action

24 December 2014

In a first, Washington National Cathedral to host Friday Muslim prayer service

Washington National Cathedral, known for presidential funerals and other major spiritual services, will host a Muslim prayer service for the first time Friday.

11 November 2014

National Cathedral to welcome His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Washington National Cathedral and the Office of Tibet will welcome His Holiness the Dalai Lama to the Cathedral

31 January 2014

Prayers after Washington shooting

Washington National Cathedral is offering prayers for the shootings the Navy Yard

16 September 2013

Washington National Cathedral vandalized with green paint

One or more people splashed green paint the afternoon of July 29 in Washington National Cathedral’s historic Bethlehem Chapel.

31 July 2013

Inaugural prayer service attendees hear calls for faith, unity

Episcopal News Service By Mary Frances Schjonberg] As is traditional for such events, the inauguration of President Barack Obama was surrounded by prayer, and Episcopal churches and Episcopalians played large roles in spiritually supporting the beginning of the president’s second term.

23 January 2013

Four-way meeting for dialogue in Washington Cathedral

Four-way meeting for dialogue in Washington Cathedral

An innovative meeting for dialogue between Christians and Muslims, held at Washington Cathedral 1-3 March 2010, involved four religious leaders representing Sunni Islam, Shi'a Islam, the Roman Catholic Church, and the Anglican/Episcopal Church

15 March 2010