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October 25 2018 By dvirtue Episcopal House of Bishops to see numerous changes in membership

Only two domestic diocesan bishops were elected in 2005. Bishop Jeffrey Steenson (VIII Rio Grande) left The Episcopal Church in 2007 to become Roman Catholic and became a mitered monsignor and the founding ordinary of the Anglican ordinariate in the United States.

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October 25 2018 By dvirtue GAFCON Networks Move Forward

I think of recent news; a Congolese member of the Global Mission Partnerships network joyfully reports that twenty-four people were converted as he preached at an open-air mission. And the new Gafcon-endorsed province of the Anglican Church in Brazil has just planted another church with over 200 people, this time in the city of Natal, the second since June. The fire is spreading!

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October 24 2018 By dvirtue Former NY Episcopal Bishop Paul Moore labeled serial sexual predator

For those of us who were present at General Convention, the careful, well-planned presentation of personal stories, by both women and men, was a powerful learning of both the depth and breadth of the inappropriate exercise of power and the sexualizing of personal, working and pastoral relationships in the church.

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October 20 2018 By dvirtue Sydney Anglicans to ban SSM, yoga and Indigenous smoking ceremonies on all church property

It is understood this would include, for example, shops owned by the church in the Sydney Town Hall arcade, Sydney Square and St Andrew's House, as well as properties such as those rented as the barrister's chambers of St James.

LGBT Anglicans and Indigenous leaders expressed outrage and concern as lawyers scrambled to understand the full implications of what they say is largely untested law.

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October 17 2018 By dvirtue The Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church has considered it impossible to remain in the Eucharistic communion with the Patriarchate of Constantinople

The Holy Synod members deemed it impossible to continue to be in the Eucharistic communion with the Patriarchate of Constantinople.

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October 16 2018 By dvirtue Fraud allegations fuel scandal at Christian Post and Christian Today

The claim is that the two companies committed fraud by securing millions of dollars in loans to purchase high end servers. The companies bought cheaper servers and the money was spent differently including $1.5 million to CMCI to make up for deficits. Both executives strenuously deny the charges.

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October 13 2018 By dvirtue NZ: 'We're not bigots', says vicar splitting from Anglicans over same-sex blessings

He doesn't know what it will be called yet, but some estimate it will have a congregation of about 1000 people.

The worshippers will mainly come from four Christchurch parishes that have split from the Anglican church, along with eight ministers who have resigned their positions.

Canterbury bishop elect Peter Carrell voted in favour of same-sex blessings and is saddened by the departure of some Anglicans.

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October 10 2018 By dvirtue Beeson Divinity School's Inaugural Anglican Theology Conference Receives International Attention

"Anglicanism is at a crossroads," said Gerald R. McDermott, Anglican chair of divinity and director of the institute. "The battles between progressivism and orthodoxy in Anglicanism are largely over--at least theologically. The ground is now clearing, although residue from the battles remains. Orthodoxy is attracting the vast majority of worldwide Anglican provinces, where the center of gravity is in the Global South.

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October 09 2018 By dvirtue Heather Cook, ex-bishop convicted of fatally striking bicyclist with car in Baltimore, applies for work release

If Doory agrees to Cook's full request, state prison officials said credits Cook has accrued, in accordance with state law, through participation in prison programs would be applied against her revised five-year sentence. That would make her eligible for release on Nov. 5 -- the date the judge has set for a hearing on the motion.

If Doory denies the request, Cook is set to be released on Aug. 6.

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October 08 2018 By dvirtue GAFCON General Secretary says Nigeria pullout from Lambeth Conference is "historic moment"

The former Sydney Archbishop said blame for this tragedy must be laid at the feet of those who defied the overwhelming majority view expressed in the 1998 Lambeth Conference. It is fatuous to criticize those who stood with the orthodox in the successive Provinces who have compromised the faith of the church on fundamental matters. It is not the orthodox who have changed the faith once for all delivered to the saints.

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