Monthly Archives: October 2011

ACNA Pittsburgh acknowledges Court Decision

PITTSBURGH: Property litigation involving Episcopal Diocese is over By Ann Rodgers Pittsburgh Post-Gazette http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/11299/1184950-53.stm October 26, 2011 Eight years of property litigation involving the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh has ended, but most parishes that broke from the Episcopal Church still … Continue reading

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‘NASHOTAH HOUSE’ – U.S. Seminary gets New Dean

WISCONSIN: Nashotah House seminary to get a new president By Annysa Johnson of the Journal Sentinel http://www.jsonline.com/ October 22, 2011 Seminary students sing during morning prayer in the chapel. The Right Rev. Edward Salmon, a retired South Carolina bishop, will … Continue reading

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New ‘Anglican Mission in England’ (A.M.i.E.) Claims Credibility

UK: Discontented Anglicans confident of global backing By Trevor Timpson http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-15241528 October 23, 2011 The worldwide split in Anglicanism over gay issues has become linked to the concerns of some Church of England members concerned at the prospect of women … Continue reading

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Only one in 10 St Paul’s protesters stays overnight

Just one in 10 of the tents at the Occupy London Stock Exchange camp which has closed St Paul’s Cathedral are occupied at night, it can be revealed. By Richard Alleyne 10:00PM BST 24 Oct 2011 The camp forced St Paul’s … Continue reading

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TEC “unable to adopt Anglican Covenant”

Executive Council submits General Convention resolution saying church is ‘unable to adopt Anglican Covenant‘ Decision is up to 2012 meeting of convention By Mary Frances Schjonberg, October 24, 2011 [Episcopal News Service – Salt Lake City, Utah] The Episcopal Church‘s Executive … Continue reading

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KENYA Anglican Primate – on GAFCON ambitions

PRIMATE OF KENYA: “We are building a truly global fellowship” Growing confusion and disorder haunts Anglican Communion, says Wabukala October 20, 2011 Greeting from Archbishop Eliud Wabukala, Primate of Kenya, to the Reform National Conference meeting at High Leigh Conference … Continue reading

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COMMUNICATION – the Parish Ethos on the Web

Communicating your parish ethos By Derek Olsen A clergy friend, Robert Hendrickson at Christ Church New Haven, has been doing some artwork for his church and putting the results up on Facebook. I can say without qualification that he’s got … Continue reading

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QUEEN ELIZABETH Attends Church in Canberra, Australia

Queen met by cheering church crowds Down Under Agence France-Presse 10:04 am | Sunday, October 23rd, 2011 CANBERRA – Hundreds of well-wishers hailed Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II at a historic Canberra church Sunday where she attended an intimate service ahead … Continue reading

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Michael Poon – An Eirenic Voice from the Global South?

Undercurrents in the Anglican Communion by Michael Poon In whatever ways we justify and reinterpret the Communion instruments of the Anglican Communion, it is clear the instruments no longer serve to unite Anglican churches worldwide. Canterbury, the Lambeth Conferences, the … Continue reading

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CHURCH TIMES – Latest on Women Bishops in C.of E.

Most dioceses back women legislation Sharing: the Bishop of El Camino Real, in California, presides at a eucharist as part of the “Transformations” conference on women’s ministry, hosted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, last month LAMBETH PALACE A MAJORITY of … Continue reading

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