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July 20 2017 By dvirtue Former Washington DC priest stole from Parishioners and Collection Plate in London

A former rector of Saint Paul's K Street, an Anglo-Catholic parish in Washington D.C. that recently announced it would bless same sex marriage, was arrested and sentenced in London to 12 months jail for grand larceny.

The Rev. Andrew Sloane, 63, stole from his church's collection and swindled parishioners in Knightsbridge, West London, according to a SUN newspaper report.

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July 14 2017 By dvirtue GAFCON Chairman says Church of England is in Grave Spiritual Danger

Okoh ripped Church of England leaders for inviting the Bishop of Edinburgh, who strongly supported the Scottish Episcopal Church's adoption of same sex "marriage" to the Church of England's July General Synod meeting as an honored guest.

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July 09 2017 By dvirtue New Scottish Primus Gives Lie to Immutability of Sexual Orientation

A recent headline in USA Today recently challenged the prevailing zeitgeist announcing, "'Born this way'? It's way more complicated than that.'" Indeed, it is. Some gay activists now admit that sexuality is fluid.

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July 02 2017 By dvirtue AUSTRALIA: Anglican Primate Blasts Appearance of Sydney Archbishop and Tasmania Bishop to GAFCON Consecration in U.S.

"I have deep concerns that the participation by our Episcopal colleagues in the consecration of Canon Lines, with or without the support of their respective dioceses, is contrary to the spirit of the canons of the Council of Nicaea and, most importantly, outside of the authority of our National Constitution. It may also be outside the authority of the Consecration of Bishops Canon, 1966 of the Anglican Church of Australia."

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June 30 2017 By dvirtue WHEATON, IL: GAFCON Archbishops Consecrate Canon Andrew Lines in Bishop Studded Occasion

This action was roundly denounced by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, as "unnecessary". Welby condemned it as an ecclesiastical "cross-border intervention", setting in motion what could be viewed as a threat to both his authority and the hegemony of the Church of England.

Lines was described as a "godly and well learned man" by ACNA Archbishop Foley Beach. Lines had been received into the Diocese of the South, an ACNA diocese, and declared a priest in good standing.

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June 30 2017 By dvirtue WHEATON, IL: ACNA Archbishop says 60 New Churches Planted, Acknowledged ASA is down

He said God continues to bestow His grace on ACNA and said there were now 1,000 congregations, 30 dioceses (South Carolina will make 31) plus a jurisdiction for chaplains. ACNA has 52 active bishops, 1,700 clergy with ministries across North America, including Canada, Mexico and Cuba.

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June 29 2017 By dvirtue WHEATON, IL: Thirty Global Anglican Leaders Stand in Solidarity with Anglican Church in North America

"Our country is politically, socially and economically divided. The Church is in confusion and it needs the Good News of Jesus Christ. People are suffering all around us. They need healing. Mission is around us, mission is on our doorstep."

The words of Jesus, "to go into all the world," are needed now more than ever. Echoing Jesus' words, Beach said that the harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few. "We need to send out fresh laborers into the harvest."

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June 28 2017 By dvirtue WHEATON, IL: Diocese of South Carolina Joins The ACNA

Bishop Mark Lawrence acknowledged his diocese's pilgrimage out of TEC and rejoiced that his diocese was now officially aligned with the ACNA. Delegates voted unanimously to receive the diocese. After leaving TEC in October 2012 the diocese was accepted into the Global South in August 2014 until a formal decision was made in 2016 to join the Anglican Church in North America. That action required two formal votes.

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June 26 2017 By dvirtue Is the Archbishop of Canterbury losing control of the Anglican Communion?

The steady drip, drip, drip of news reveals an archbishop increasingly being marginalized, slowly losing touch with his evangelical base, while he continues to cozy up to liberals and revisionists, Muslims and homosexuals.

Consider the following:

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June 19 2017 By dvirtue LIMA, Peru: New Anglican Bishop Affirms the Mercy of God

"We are in Peru, which is strongly Roman Catholic and many say we look like the Roman Catholic Church and others say we are not. We have the best of both worlds. As an Anglican Church, we profess the mercy of God. In our human experience here, we have not experienced a very merciful Church (or God) and maybe this has confused people. Mercy is so big that anything can be forgiven. If there is something that the Anglican Church excels in, it is mercy. I love that about Anglicanism."

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