Monthly Archives: December 2011

Southern Cone Province Accepts Anglican Covenant

Southern Cone approves Anglican Communion Covenant (+ version espanola) Posted On : December 21, 2011 2:07 PM | Posted By : Admin ACO ACNS: http://www.anglicancommunion.org/acns/news.cfm/2011/12/21/ACNS5003 Related Categories: South America From the Iglesia Anglicana del Cono Sur de America At its … Continue reading

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CANA Claims Nigerian Anglican Missionary Status

an Anglican Province Posted by David Virtue on 2011/12/20 21:40:00 (253 reads) CANA Bishops Affirms Missionary Status under Nigerian Anglican Province CANA will retain ‘dual citizenship’ in the Anglican Church in North America PASTORAL STATEMENT FROM THE BISHOPS OF CANA TO THE CLERGY … Continue reading

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S.A. Bishops Forum – revisited – on Communion Unity

Anglican Communion News Service South Africa: The Most Revd Njongonkulu Ndungane Speech at Bishop’s Forum in Cape Town Posted On : May 15, 2007 2:54 PM | Posted By : Webmaster ACNS: ACNS4284 Related Categories: South Africa I have been invited by … Continue reading

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Glasgow Provost’s Response to David Cameron of the KJV

What’s in Kelvin’s Head The Blog of the Provost of St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow A Response to the Prime Minister 17 December 2011 Dear Dave I thought that some kind of response was needed to your recent speech about the King … Continue reading

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ACNA out of Pittsburgh Cathedral

Important Announcement December 16, 2011 Dear Trinity Cathedral Family and Friends, Yesterday evening the Chapter of Trinity Cathedral voted to re-affirm its Charter of Incorporation. Article II of the Charter states its purpose as “For the support and maintenance of … Continue reading

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Persecution of Anglicans continues in Zimbabwe

From the USPG e-news 2011 Nearly 300 Anglicans arriving at Daramombe Mission on Sunday 27 November were blocked from entering the church by eight police officers, some of them armed, and a police dog. At a police station, the Rt Revd … Continue reading

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Two faiths, one goal

Lord Sacks at the Vatican Dr Edward Kessler – 17 December 2011         Against a backdrop of the brilliant white stucco, stone and deep pink silk wallpaper, I first became aware of the meeting of minds between Pope … Continue reading

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Lords Rejects attempt to defeat legislation on Civil Partnerships in Church

An attempt to block civil partnerships in churches by a Conservative peer has been blocked – after the Lady responsible withdrew her own amendment. Introducing the motion, Baroness O’Cathain said current laws could force Churches to hold civil partnerships and … Continue reading

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Evangelicals’ Collapsing Sexual Mores

By David French National Review http://www.nationalreview.com/ Dec. 9, 2011 I’m coming a bit late to this piece, but the October 2011 issue of Relevant magazine contains a must-read article for those who see the need for a rather profound cultural … Continue reading

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AMiA becomes ‘Apostles Mission Network’

Questions and Answers from the Apostles Mission Network (AMiA) December 10, 2011 Recent events in the Anglican Mission have left clergy and parishioners saddened and uncertain about the future. Churches and clergy find themselves beset with questions at this critical … Continue reading

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