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January 29, 1994 | CHRISTOPHER HERLINGER, RELIGIOUS NEWS SERVICE
The Episcopal Church's projected $5-million shortfall for 1995 could result in the loss of up to 40 jobs at the church's national headquarters here, according to church officials. The projected cutbacks, to be accomplished through layoffs and early retirements, come on the heels of another major budgetary shake-up in 1991 that forced the elimination of one-fifth of the church's national staff positions.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 29, 1994 | CHRISTOPHER HERLINGER, RELIGIOUS NEWS SERVICE
The Episcopal Church's projected $5-million shortfall for 1995 could result in the loss of up to 40 jobs at the church's national headquarters here, according to church officials. The projected cutbacks, to be accomplished through layoffs and early retirements, come on the heels of another major budgetary shake-up in 1991 that forced the elimination of one-fifth of the church's national staff positions.
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November 30, 1991 | From Religious News Service
Episcopal Church traditionalists are predicting that more and more parishes and dioceses will opt to withhold funds from the national church to protest what they perceive as extreme liberalism at top levels of the denomination. The Rev. Robert Shackles, president of the traditionalist Prayer Book Society based in Louisville, Ky., predicts that a budget crisis in the denomination could be the result of dissenters withholding funds.
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November 30, 1991 | From Religious News Service
Episcopal Church traditionalists are predicting that more and more parishes and dioceses will opt to withhold funds from the national church to protest what they perceive as extreme liberalism at top levels of the denomination. The Rev. Robert Shackles, president of the traditionalist Prayer Book Society based in Louisville, Ky., predicts that a budget crisis in the denomination could be the result of dissenters withholding funds.
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