Episcopal Churches. Miscellaneous, 1956-1992, n.d.
The Episcopal Church is the member church of the worldwide Anglican Communion based in the United States with dioceses elsewhere. It is a mainline Christian denomination divided into nine provinces. It was founded in 1789 in the United States.
This collection consists of publications from various Episcopal churches in Louisiana. Also included are by-laws for the St. Paul’s Church in New Orleans.
|A.||Publications||1-01 through 1-06|
|1-01||Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church. New Orleans, LA. St. Paul’s Heritage. Taken from an address by Philip E. James, April 12, 1970|
|1-02||Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church. New Orleans, Yearbook, 1977-1978|
|1-03||Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, New Orleans, Directory, 1992|
|1-04||Saint Mark’s Protestant Episcopal Church, Shreveport, LA, History, 1957|
|1-05||Episcopal Churchwomen in the Diocese of Louisiana. Handbook, 1960-1963|
|1-06||Church work, a Newspaper for the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Louisiana, volume 8, no.11, December 1957, New Orleans|
|1-07||News clipping: “Church Mission Work Increases”, January 26, 1956, The Times-Picayune|
|1-08||Documents: By-laws for the Women of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, New Orleans, LA., no date|
|1-09||Miscellaneous: Church Kalendar, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Minden, LA. no date|