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Schori says Common Cause Partners ‘are no longer Episcopalians’

Friday, December 5th, 2008 Posted in Anglican Church in North America, TEC | Comments Off

From LA Times by Duke Hefland Responding to the creation of the Anglican Church in North America over the role of gays, Episcopal Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori says that she thinks 'we're ... Read more..

Sounding a shofar: December 3, 2008

Thursday, December 4th, 2008 Posted in Anglican Church in North America, Common Cause, News, TEC | Comments Off

Conservative Anglicans create rival church:  Top leader Duncan expects to see Episcopal Church 'displaced.' Timothy C. Morgan in Wheaton, Illinois | 12/04/2008 Christianity Today In a history-making gesture, conservative evangelical Anglicans, deeply alienated by ... Read more..

Historic Common Cause event

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008 Posted in Anglican Network in Canada, Common Cause | Comments Off

From ACL Sydney From the Anglican Network of Canada: “The Common Cause Partnership bishops (including ANiC’s Bishop Don Harvey) met Monday and today near Chicago. Today and tomorrow the full Common Cause ... Read more..

Final draft of Anglican covenant could take five years to sign on

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008 Posted in Anglican Covenant | Comments Off

From Anglican Journal   Commentary reacts to St. Andrew’s Draft EPISCOPAL NEWS SERVICE The Covenant Design Group has published a document “which sets out the responses of the bishops at the Lambeth Conference in ... Read more..

A foot in many camps – a reply to Stephen Kuhrt

Thursday, November 20th, 2008 Posted in News | Comments Off

by Chris Sugden in the Church of England Newspaper November 21 2008 In his CEN article last week, Stephen Kuhrt argued that the 57 member CEEC is not representative because 28 ... Read more..

Anglicanism Upside Down Down Under? – Understanding Lay Administration

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008 Posted in Apologetics | Comments Off

By David Ould, Stand Firm The move to widen the administration of the Lord's Supper is bound to increase, not decrease, divisions in the Communion. What for Sydney is an imperative ... Read more..

Equipping the Saints – Part V: TEC and litigation

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008 Posted in News | Comments Off

In spite of the Primates’ repeated requests to suspend litigation, the national church and several TEC dioceses are involved in litigation against former TEC parishes that have left for other jurisdictions in the ... Read more..

TEC’s Episcopalian Divinity School: Polyamory [committed plural sexual relationships] as part of the ‘justice agenda’

Sunday, November 16th, 2008 Posted in From Lisa's Lookout, Gay Marriage | Comments Off

Sexuality  From the AAC To honor feminist scholars in the Church, in Nov. 2008 Episcopal Divinity School will feature polyamory advocate the Rev. Marvin Ellison [right, ethics professor at the United ... Read more..

“I was there” at GAFCON and Lambeth – Bishop Keith Sinclair

Sunday, November 16th, 2008 Posted in News | Comments Off

A presentation at the NEAC 5 Saturday 15th November 2008 All Souls Langham Place. Thank you for your invitation to speak on “I was there” at GAFCON and Lambeth. It is ... Read more..

Reports from National Evangelical Anglican Consultation, 15th November 2008

Sunday, November 16th, 2008 Posted in News | Comments Off

 NEAC 5 Saturday 15th November 2008 All Souls Langham Place. The following motion was placed before the consultation by the Chairman on behalf of the Executive of the Church of England ... Read more..

What is Realignment?

Tuesday, November 11th, 2008 Posted in News, TEC | No Comments »

By Phillip Anderas, Covenant Sometimes attempts at clarification help more than arguments. This is especially true of marital quarrels: I’ll rarely convince my wife I’m right about this or that course ... Read more..

Lambeth 2008 – a retrospect

Tuesday, November 11th, 2008 Posted in Lambeth Conference, News | No Comments »

Chris Sugden in North American Anglican Vol 1. No.1 November 2008. All that said, the Conference had an unforgettable conclusion.. As the final service ended in Canterbury Cathedral, the names of ... Read more..

Traditionalist Anglicans urged not to become insular

Monday, November 10th, 2008 Posted in News | No Comments »

By Michael Brown, Religious Intelligence Traditionalist Anglicans, smarting over the General Synod's vote on women bishops, were urged on Saturday [Nov 1] not to become insular and "keep themselves to themselves". ... Read more..

Denver Archbishop: “Senator Obama is the most active pro-abortion politician to run for the Presidency”

Tuesday, November 4th, 2008 Posted in Politics, pro-life/abortion | No Comments »

By Kathleen Gilbert, LifeSite News In a recent interview Archbishop Chaput answered some of the most pressing questions about the presidential election, focusing on the moral imperative for Catholics to bring their pro-life values to the voting ... Read more..

Britishness is under threat from Brown, warns Lord Carey

Sunday, November 2nd, 2008 Posted in Church of England | No Comments »

By Jonathan Petre, Daily Mail The former Archbishop of Canterbury has accused Gordon Brown of undermining the identity of Britain.   Lord Carey of Clifton criticised the Prime Minister for railroading through changes ... Read more..

Lambeth Conference bishops’ approval ratings of the Covenant, the Conference, Dr Williams, the ACC and the Primates’ Meeting

Friday, October 31st, 2008 Posted in News | No Comments »

  Bishops’ approval of Covenant hangs in the balance by Bill Bowder ... Read more..

Over 1500 Anglicans around the world recognise Vancouver Churches

Thursday, October 30th, 2008 Posted in News | No Comments »

  Over 1500 Anglicans around the world have signed up affirming that the Vancouver Churches in the Anglican Network in Canada are authentic Anglicans. They include bishops, many clergy and lay ... Read more..

Archbishop Peter Jensen on attending Gafcon and not attending Lambeth

Thursday, October 30th, 2008 Posted in News | No Comments »

As I look back over the tumultuous months of June and July - tumultuous for me at least - I am more certain than ever that the path we chose ... Read more..

Bishop Keith Ackerman of Quincy to retire on November 1 2008

Wednesday, October 29th, 2008 Posted in News | No Comments »

 Quincy Standing Committee Announces Bishop’s Retirement   The Right Reverend Keith L. Ackerman, VIIIth Bishop of Quincy, has announced to the Standing Committee his retirement as Diocesan Bishop effective November 1st, 2008.  ... Read more..

Dealing with Dudley – An alternative understanding

Saturday, October 25th, 2008 Posted in Church of England, Gay Marriage | No Comments »

From Peter Ould's blog I’ve been made aware that in the post below I may have been referencing the wrong measure as regards to how Dudley was dealth with. It appears ... Read more..