Ecumenical News International (ENI) was launched in 1994 as a global news service reporting on ecumenical developments and other news of the churches, and giving religious perspectives on news developments world-wide.


Articles by ENI :

Latin American Churches Support Peace Processes in El Salvador

Rafael Menjivar Saavedra The Latin American Council of Churches (CLAI), meeting in San Salvador from 20 to 22 September, expressed

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Five Big Questions About The ‘Jesus’ Wife’ Discovery

By Daniel Burke and David Gibson In a surprise announcement that seemed scripted by the novelist Dan Brown, a Harvard

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Congo Religious Leaders Seek To Build Awareness Of War

A delegation of religious leaders from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is visiting the U.S and Canada as part

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German Public Figures Call For Church Unity

By Ruby Russell Public figures from the fields of politics, sport, culture and entertainment in Germany presented a statement in

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Obama And Romney Offer Rare Glimpse Of Their Spiritual Lives

By Daniel Burke U.S. President Barack Obama, a Democrat, says it’s not his job to defend his Christian faith against

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Puerto Rico Church Council Welcomes Referendum Results


By Jorge Zijlstra The Council of Churches of Puerto Rico has congratulated the people of the island for their showing

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Scottish Christians Oppose Dawkins’ Book Festival Appearance

By Trevor Grundy Conservative Scottish Christians are calling for a boycott of a talk by well-known atheist Richard Dawkins, scheduled

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Ethiopian Orthodox Patriarch Paulos Dies

By Fredrick Nzwili The Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, His Holiness Abune Paulos, died on 16 August at the

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‘Prosperity Gospel’ Attracts Many African Christians

By Samuel Okocha and Misheck Rusere Segun Ilori spent much of his time cleaning a local Foursquare Gospel Church in

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Faith Groups Condemn Shootings At Wisconsin Sikh Temple

By Chris Herlinger A broad spectrum of U.S. religious groups — Christian, Jewish and Muslim — are condemning killings at

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