RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for sharing and distributing Web content, such as news headlines. Using an RSS reader, you can view data feeds from various news sources, such as episcopalnewsservice.org, including headlines, summaries, links to full stories.
To add the ENS feed to your site, use the following URL:
ENS News Feed
How do I access RSS?
RSS/News Aggregators (also called Readers) will download and display RSS feeds for you. Several free and commercial News Aggregators are available for download. Many aggregators are separate, “stand-alone” programs; other services will let you add RSS feeds to a Web page.
RSS Terms of Service
Use of RSS Feeds:
RSS is a free service offered by ENS for non-commercial use. Any other uses, including without limitation the incorporation of advertising into or the placement of advertising associated with or targeted towards the RSS Content, are strictly prohibited. You must use the RSS feeds as provided by ENS, and you may not edit or modify the text, content or links supplied by ENS. For web posting, reprint, transcript or licensing requests for ENS material, please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Link to Content Pages:
The RSS service may be used only with those platforms from which a functional link is made available that, when accessed, takes the viewer directly to the display of the full article on the Site. You may not display the RSS Content in a manner that does not permit successful linking to, redirection to or delivery of the applicable Site web page. You may not insert any intermediate page, splash page or other content between the RSS link and the applicable Site web page.
ENS retains all ownership and other rights in the RSS Content, and any and all ENS logos and trademarks used in connection with the RSS Service. You must provide attribution to the ENS website in connection with your use of the RSS feeds. If you provide this attribution using a graphic, you must use the appropriate ENS website’s logo that we have incorporated into the RSS feed.
Right to Discontinue Feeds: