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March 25 2019 By dvirtue Anglicans in Manicaland demonstrate against Bishop Ruwona over missing funds

Church members waved placards inscribed with messages denigrating the clergyman "Go well Erick, mbavha munyika and not muchurch, No to Corruption."

Riot police turned down request by protesters to hold a march fearing it may turn violent or cause traffic congestion.

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March 20 2019 By dvirtue Anglicans Affirm Right to Life

Virginia's governor, democrat Ralph Northam, recently calmly discussed a proposed bill that would allow a newborn baby to die: "The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother."

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March 19 2019 By dvirtue 1000 Anglican Churches in Egypt Submitted for Legalisation

The committee, which was set up in 2016, is tasked with licensing construction and restoration of churches across Egypt, a process which previously required the presidential approval of every single instance of construction at any church in Egypt. It has so far approved restoration and legalisation of about 783 churches.

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March 14 2019 By dvirtue New York State Supreme Court judge dismisses Bishop Sauls' suit

Judge Paul A. Goetz found that Sauls' contract was not breached because he was an "at will employee;" and that "nothing in the [DFMS] handbook limits the defendants' right to terminate plaintiff's employment for any reason."

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March 12 2019 By dvirtue TALLAHASSEE, FL: Former Anglican Prelate Helps Healing at St. Peter's

The Anglican Church, or Church of England, dates back to 1534 and King Henry VIII's famous split with the Catholic Church. But the Anglican Church in America is much more recent. It sprang from the objections of more socially conservative members of the nation's Episcopal Churches, who then left those parishes in protest and affiliated with the more theologically traditional Anglican Church.

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March 12 2019 By dvirtue From sacred to secular: Canada set to lose 9,000 churches, warns national heritage group

National Trust for Canada regeneration project leader Robert Pajot says every community in the country is going to see old church buildings shuttered, sold off or demolished.

"Neighbourhoods are going to have multiple churches closing," Pajot said. "Some people qualify this as a crisis, and I kind of agree. It is going to hit everybody."

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March 10 2019 By dvirtue CHURCH OF SOUTH INDIA: Archbishop wallows in corruption, patronage abuse, nepotism and cronyism

It cannot be said that corruption is committed by some remote or odd individuals thus developing a comfortable perspective not to look beyond individual cases. We have heard the expression that a rotten apple spoils the whole barrel. Do we wonder how? Joe Schwarcz explains, "The ripening and subsequent rotting of an apple can be linked to its internal production of a gas called ethylene.

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March 05 2019 By dvirtue DUBAI: G19 Conference Statement

4. We gave thanks to God, as we studied St Paul's letter to the Philippians and learned from the plenary addresses and from each other of the joys and challenges of sharing the gospel in our different contexts.
5. Gafcon is a movement for the reform and renewal of the Anglican Communion by faithful Anglicans who find their beloved Communion has been devastated by those preaching and practicing another gospel (Gal 1:6-7).

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March 02 2019 By dvirtue On The Road In Dubai For GAFCON 2019

Let me share a few reflections I picked up today from Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali, Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, and a brother who shall remain nameless for reasons of security.

The authority of Bishops rests on an understanding of "apostolic succession" that has more to do with faithfulness than a mechanical "laying on of hands"

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March 02 2019 By dvirtue Statement by the Anglican Diocese of San Joaquin on the Arrest of Jesus Antonio Castañeda-Serna

The Anglican Diocese of SanJoaquin hired an independent third party to conduct an internal investigation. Pursuant to diocesan policy, Castañeda was notified of his right to representation at an ecclesiastical trial convened to hear the accusations. On November 24, 2017, Castañeda informed the bishop he would not contest the accusations, and he consented to be deposed from priestly ministry in the Anglican Church.

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