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December 08 2018 By dvirtue Archbishop of Canterbury says Churches of North India and South India are the only legitimate Members of the Anglican Communion in India

MUTHURAJ: This new declaration given by the Archbishop to the CSI and the CNI did not raise eye-brows, despite recorded widespread corruption, as only 1000 persons have viewed the video, and we do not know how many of the 6 million Christians of the CSI (4.5 million) and the CNI (1.5 million) have viewed it. Comments include 20 likes and 2 dislikes. The video has not proven to be as popular as many leaders had hoped.

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December 07 2018 By dvirtue Church in Wales' newest vicar on the church and being transgender

"I love St John's. Cardiff has a fabulous feel. The city centre is full of the reality of modern life. We have people for whom society works and we have people sleeping outside our gates. I'd like to think that St John's is well placed to reach out to both.

"The issues are in front of our gates. I don't have ready-made answers and the problems are complex. The thing I need to do first is to settle and listen to the people who need our help the most.

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December 07 2018 By dvirtue The National Cathedral was at its best at Bush funeral

The day, however, started at the Capitol and ended with Air Force One winging its way to Texas. In the middle was the State Funeral Service held at the National Cathedral.

There was not only the blending of voices, instruments and organ, there was also the blending of the military and caviling, the secular and sacred all coming together at the National Cathedral.

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December 06 2018 By dvirtue The National Cathedral takes center place in the Bush state funeral

A national cathedral was first the gleam in the eye of Washington's master architect, Pierre L'Enfant. In 1792, L'Enfant envisioned a "great church for national purposes." Initially, land was set aside for such a structure, but eventually the National Portrait Gallery was built on that site.

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December 04 2018 By dvirtue PHILADELPHIA, PA: American Bible Society Launches 21st Century Liberty Discovery Center

Among America's essential founding documents, the Bible is a significant organizing cultural force that has inspired, influenced and informed American ideals of liberty that continue to shape our national identity as a free people, he said.

The project illuminates the influence of the Bible on individuals in key historical and personal moments, The Rev. Alan Crippen, Chief of Exhibits, Programs and Piublic Engagement, who heads the project, told VOL.

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December 04 2018 By dvirtue George H.W. Bush: last living Episcopal president dies

Family Connections

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December 03 2018 By dvirtue Church of South India Leaders Accumulate Wealth Through Corrupt Practices

They have the wherewithal to find and set up escape routes from any statutory body probing them for their wrong-doings. Serious efforts were made to vacate the 'stay' so that the investigation on corrupt and fraudulent dealings could continue.

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November 27 2018 By dvirtue Derby Cathedral shows erotic films but bans evangelical preacher

Student representatives from the University of Derby Christian Union(CU) applied to Derby Cathedral asking for permission to hold a carol service on Sunday, December 9. Cathedral authorities asked them whom they intended to have as their preacher, stating that the Dean would have to issue the formal invitation.

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November 27 2018 By dvirtue Dates confirmed for 2020 Lambeth Conference gathering of Anglican bishops

Items for discussion are also being suggested by the Anglican Communion primates in a series of regional meetings. Two have already taken place this year, in Oceania and Africa. The Americas regional Primates' Meeting is taking place this week in Canada. Next year, other events will be held for primates in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and South East Asia.

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November 25 2018 By dvirtue OTAGO, NZ: Anglican Parish to leave National Church

The decision means those in the parish who supported the move -- it is understood 79% voted for disaffiliation -- will have to find a new place to worship.

Bishop of Dunedin the Rt Rev Steven Benford confirmed the move yesterday. He said St Matthew's voted to disaffiliate at a special meeting on Monday, in what was "a result of the General Synod resolution on the blessing of same-sex civil marriages passed in May 2018".

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