Monthly Archives: November 2011

ARCHBISHOP ROWAN’S Advent Letter to Anglican Primates

Archbishop of Canterbury: “The Communion is a gift not a problem” Posted On : November 30, 2011 4:47 PM | Posted By : Admin ACO ACNS: http://www.anglicancommunion.org/acns/news.cfm/2011/11/30/ACNS4995 Related Categories: Lambeth By ACNS staff The Archbishop of Canterbury has used his … Continue reading

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Rowan Williams urges fast-tracking of women bishops to Lords

Archbishop of Canterbury says reform bill must ensure women do not have to wait until 2025 to enter upper house Riazat Butt, religious affairs correspondent guardian.co.uk, Monday 28 November 2011 The archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, suggested the dropping of a … Continue reading

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Conservative accuses General Synod of Lies re Women Bishops

Women Bishops: it’s now clear that the General Synod has lied to Parliament and the Church Women bishops are coming, and there’s no protection for traditionalists By Peter Mullen THE TELEGRAPH http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/ November 29th, 2011 The Archbishop of Canterbury, appearing … Continue reading

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‘Changing Attitude’ questions C .of E. Official Attitude to C.P.s

Changing Attitude questions whether the C of E has made a decision not to opt in to CPs in church Colin Coward, November 27th, 2011 3 Comments Changing Attitude recently wrote to William Fittall, Secretary General of the General Synod, with our … Continue reading

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US Roman Catholics encounter the New Translation of The Mass

New Mass Translation Launches In American Parishes TOM BREEN   11/27/11 05:03 PM ET    CLAYTON, N.C. — English-speaking Roman Catholics who have regularly attended Mass for years found themselves in an unfamiliar position Sunday, needing printed cards or sheets of paper to … Continue reading

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INCLUSIVE CHURCH – Bulletin

Editorial This is an exciting time for Inclusive Church. Women Bishops is receiving huge support from the Dioceses, and although we could still fall at the final hurdle, it appears that a large majority of the Church are in favour. … Continue reading

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Parliamentary Questions on C. of E. Women Bishops

Friday, 25 November 2011 Church Commissioners’ Parliamentary Questions: 24/11/11 The Second Church Estates Commissioner, Tony Baldry MP, answered eight Oral and one Written Parliamentary Questions yesterday (24 November) covering civil partnerships, metal theft, Pakistan, tourism, foodbanks, the Olympics, women bishops, St Paul’s … Continue reading

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