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November 24 2017 By dvirtue Retired Bishop of Caledonia Leaves ACoC and Joins ANiC

"As I reviewed the letter to Jake and the subsequent press release that you issued, I could not help but be so deeply disappointed in both the process and the way this matter came to a close."

Anderson said Jake was subjected to a series of questions crafted by two chancellors of the church working behind the scenes, and said the bishops had made little direct contribution to the conversation.

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November 19 2017 By dvirtue Continuing Church Movement Reaches a Decisive Moment

At a press conference in Atlanta recently following the joint Anglican synods of four Continuing Anglican bodies, the Anglican Province of America Archbishop Walter Grundorf said he was interested in seeing the Continuers come back together and work in a unified Anglican effort. "We are excited about the possibilities of unity in the church," he said.

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November 17 2017 By dvirtue Episcopal Presiding Bishop Says he will Repatriate Parishes Won in Lawsuits Back to Original Owners

The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, Michael Curry, said today he was deeply moved by the Pope's actions when he heard the news, and immediately called together the Executive Council for a behind closed doors meeting and later issued the following statement:

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November 15 2017 By dvirtue Anglican Church of Canada Faces Financial Collapse

A priest in the Diocese of Quebec recently opined from his pulpit, "that without radical change, the Anglican Diocese of Quebec could soon be extinct." His is clearly not the only diocese.

The three horsemen of the Anglican apocalypse; interfaithery, sodomite marriage and focus on a plethora of social justice issues, coupled with a failure to preach an unerring gospel focusing on the reality of sin, salvation and judgement on clergy who fail to do so, is largely responsible.

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November 08 2017 By dvirtue 'Lost Boy' Pastor Tells Heroic Story of Death, Life, Faith and Hope

Fr. Daau dodged death on more than one occasion, saw his village invaded and destroyed, became an orphan, ran and hid in the wilderness and refugee camps of East Africa. As an orphan and refugee John was denied every advantage of life. But then God stepped in and made a way for him in the midst of the carnage and miraculously he received an education and a call to be a minister of the gospel. Christ transformed his life.

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November 03 2017 By dvirtue Changing Attitude, Unchanging Truth

Coward says he was abused by a priest when he was 16, but did not report it. He should have. To go from there to demanding that his being a homosexual and should therefore be accepted, is a bit like saying a person with cancer should have his or her cancer accepted and promoted, without anyone looking for a cure. It is a reductio ad absurdum argument.

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October 28 2017 By dvirtue DURHAM, UK: Convicted Child Porn Theology Professor Back Teaching at University

The 68-year-old bachelor was arrested after police visited his home in Neville's Cross, Durham, last January and discovered 165 images of underage children in a raid at his home.

Hayward was prosecuted in March and given a two-year community supervision order, and made subject to a sexual harm prevention order and registration as a sex offender, both for five years.

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October 27 2017 By dvirtue OREGON: Episcopal Bishop of Oregon, is accused of wrongdoing in a lawsuit

The Episcopal Bishop of Oregon Foundation is a non-profit corporation and the majority of its funds can only be used for specific purposes.

Macy says Hanley assaulted a female priest when he visited her congregation in 2014.

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October 26 2017 By dvirtue SINGAPORE: "None Should Perish": ACNS ignores ACNA/REC at Missions Conference

Hing, who is Archbishop of the Church of the Province of South East Asia, said discipleship had to be intentional -- there needed to be planning and training and passion, or it would not succeed. He warned that mission always had times of discouragement and disappointments and suggested that these would be keenly felt in an era when the Church had become more results-orientated.

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October 25 2017 By dvirtue TEC Executive Council Forgives $6 Million San Joaquin Debt

"When a single diocese bears a disproportionate burden, you don't then send them the bill," said Russell Randle of the Diocese of Virginia, who was part of the council team that negotiated with San Joaquin in the past eight months. Some of the costs were driven by decisions made at the churchwide level, including efforts at reconciliation before turning to litigation.

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