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This publication is considered the Journal of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland. Published quarterly, Maryland Episcopalian is a resource for Episcopalians throughout the diocese with messages from the bishops on current events and mission-specific issues, diocesan and parish news, features, information and events. It is a vital tool that mirrors where we are as a church and how we witness to our community, and provides an in-depth analysis of our mission.
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About Maryland Episcopalian
Maryland Church News has been renamed Maryland Episcopalian. It is still the journal of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, and still carries diocesan and church information, ministry news and the perspective of the bishop. It is still the same award-winning diocesan publication with a new name.
The development of the new website prompted the name change to one that reflects the broader media use (print, web, email, social media) of today’s communications. This not only affects the magazine, but also web presence and potentially e-newsletter branding.
The new name isn’t so new, though. It’s a nod to when the diocesan newspaper was called the Maryland Churchman. The archive of past issues of MCN will still be available online.
Previous Issues of Maryland Episcopalian
Looking for back issues of Maryland Church News? They may be found in our MCN Archives.