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Episcopalians Elect First Woman to Lead Church

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Episcopalians Elect First Woman to Lead Church

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Episcopalians Elect First Woman to Lead Church

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U.S. Episcopalians elect a woman to head the more than 2-million-member denomination. Katharine Jefferts Schori is the first female bishop to head the national churches in the worldwide Anglican Communion. From Chicago Public Radio, Jason DeRose reports.

Taking Issue

August 2005: Katharine Jefferts Schori and other religious leaders write about what their faith tells them about the shaping of life and whether it can be reconciled with evolution.

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