Monthly Archives: November 2011

FULCRUM LISTENS – to an Evangelical Gay Priest

Evangelical and Gay Fulcrum has always supported the church’s traditional stance on homosexual relationships and our position on this has not changed. However, as on other subjects, we want to encourage careful listening to other perspectives in order to make … Continue reading

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WATCH comments on diocesan voting for women bishops

press release from Women and the Church (WATCH) Women Bishops Legislation Overwhelming support for the draft Measure: “Follow on Motions” confirm the Dioceses’ desire for draft legislation to be passed unamended by General Synod in July Background General Synod has just … Continue reading

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Bishop Desmond Tutu hosts Climate Change Rally in Durban

Archbishop Tutu urges South Africans to attend “extraordinary” climate change concert and rally Posted On : November 23, 2011 10:34 AM | Posted By : Webmaster ACNS: http://www.aco.org/acns/news.cfm/2011/11/23/ACNS4984 Related Categories: South Africa Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has urged South Africans … Continue reading

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Madison Church returned to TEC – Court Order

By Betsy Scott BScott@News-Herald.com @ReporterBetsy Click to enlarge The repercussions of a rift in the Episcopal Church are being felt locally. St. Anne‘s in-the-Fields of Madison Township is one of five Ohio parishes court-ordered to relinquish its building and assets … Continue reading

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Ga. Supreme Court rules in favor of national Episcopal Church in property dispute

BY DYANA BAGBY NOVEMBER 21, 2011 12:14 The Georgia Supreme Court ruled 6-1 today in favor of the national Episcopal Church in a property dispute case with the oldest church in Georgia that broke away from the national church after … Continue reading

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Mark Harris on Border Crossing in the Anglican Communion

11/22/2011 Lessons from the lands of ACNA and AMiA re Episcopal venue. The Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) and the Anglican Mission in the Americas (AMiA) were both formed contrary to a long standing canonical understanding that bishops mind … Continue reading

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Episcopal Intrigue in South Carolina

November 16, 2011 Diocese Renounces Legal Claim to Parishes‘ Properties Breath-taking move reveals the extent of Bishop secret dealings and misleading statements Bishop’s latest move would make it easier for parishes to leave the Episcopal Church SEABROOK ISLAND — Relying … Continue reading

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Poverty in Bethlehem – Canon Giles Fraser

Giles Fraser: Holiness is steeped in the messy reality of life Sitting in Manger Square, Bethle­hem, with my new friend Nader Abu Amsha, a Palestinian Christian, who was until recently the Deputy Mayorof Beit Jalah, I am starting to feel … Continue reading

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2 Church of England Dioceses Reject The Covenant

Truro diocese rejects Anglican Covenant The Diocese of Truro voted today on the Anglican Covenant, and rejected it. According to our correspondent, the voting was around 80% against it in both houses. We will report the actual figures as soon as we … Continue reading

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‘Divine Commonwealth’ – Presumption or Truth in Nigeria?

Conference Statement from the First Divine Commonwealth Conference Posted by Kendall Harmon (This was held at the National Christian Center in Abuja, Nigeria, from the 7th to the 11th of November 2011) “In the name of God: the Father, the … Continue reading

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