Worldwide Faith News marks first decade

One-stop site for ecumenical news
For countless clergy and other mainline Protestant computer users who keep up with ecumenical and interfaith news announcements, one of their first Web site checks is likely to be—the now-ten-year-old Worldwide Faith News.

“Google links more religion news hits to WFN than any other news source but the BBC,” says George Conklin, a retired communications professor at Pacific School of Religion, who maintains WFN from his Berkeley, California, home. “The BBC is a bit bigger than us,” wryly noted Conklin, a United Church of Christ clergyman.


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