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Episcopal Church Installs First Black LeaderPresiding Bishop Michael Curry, installed Sunday as the first black leader of the U.S. Episcopal Church, urged Episcopalians to evangelize by crossing divides of race, education and wealth.
National Cathedral Dean Wants to Remove Confederate WindowsThe dean of Washington National Cathedral is calling for the removal of stained glass windows that depict the Confederate battle flag in the historic church.
First Phase of National Cathedral's Restoration FinishedThe Washington National Cathedral has finished the first phase of restoration work needed after an earthquake in 2011.
Washington, D.C.'s Most Interesting ChurchesThere is an abundance of almost everything in D.C., good and bad, including churches. These are some of the most interesting churches in the District.
Transgender Priest Speaks at National Cathedral History for the Washington National Cathedral has been made as an openly transgender Episcopal priest spoke during Sunday's service.
Historic Churches in Washington, D.C.For many, churches are the outward representation of an inner faith and strength. It's no surprise that one of the nation's most historic cities is also home to equally historic churches.
Best Local Trivia About Washington, D.C.Be the hero of your trivia team with these little known facts about DC.
National Cathedral to Charge Fee for Tourists Struggling to cover its costs, Washington National Cathedral has decided to begin charging an admission fee for tourists who visit the church beginning in 2014.
Best Tourist Attractions In Washington DC Worth The HypeThere’s never a shortage of things to do in DC. Every Washingtonian will tell you to check out a variety of attractions from monuments, museums, gardens and buildings. But are they worth the hype? These top five attractions are.
Woman Accused of Paint Vandalism Found Incompetent A judge says a woman accused of splattering green paint at the Washington National Cathedral is incompetent to stand trial.
More Than 300 Sites To Ring Bells For MLK Speech Organizers said sites in nearly every state will ring their bells at 3 p.m. their time Wednesday or at 3 p.m. EDT, the hour when King delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech in Washington.
Police: Woman Arrested In DC Cathedral Vandalism
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