Monthly Archives: April 2012

Tom Sutcliffe – on ‘Archbishop Rowan Williams’ Via Crucis’

Lost in the wilderness Rowan Williams’s via crucis as Archbishop of Canterbury, and the future without him ARTICLE | APRIL 28, 2012 – 10:12AM | BY TOM SUTCLIFFE George Conger At the end of 2012 when he retires to Magdalene College, Cambridge Rowan … Continue reading

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The Sydney Connection – FCA/Gafcon

<!– HTML5 equivalent: –> Sydney is the oldest and largest of the 23 Australian dioceses, and until recently the richest. It is also the most conservative. But how could Sydney Diocese be a threat to the Anglican Communion? Sydney Diocese … Continue reading

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Dreadlocked Bishop For Wellington Diocese

Dreadlocked pioneer elected new Bishop of Wellington Taonga News   |  29 Apr 2012   Top News.. Wellington’s new Anglican Bishop, Justin Duckworth, signs his formal acceptance of his new task. Anglican Church General Secretary Michael Hughes with Justin as he … Continue reading

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More on the GAFCON/FCA Conference

More about GAFCON and AMiE The Church Times has this report by Ed Thornton We should elect our chair, say Primates (and scroll down for sidebar on Archbishop Wabukala’s keynote address). …The Archbishop of Sydney, Dr Peter Jensen, who was … Continue reading

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GAFCON/FCA Conference – Ultimatum?

Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans Leaders Conference Statement The GAFCON conference at Battersea has concluded by issuing this press release: The movement begins its mission and this Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans Leaders Conference Statement and Commitment (PDF). From the press release: …In … Continue reading

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CANA Bishop criticises Christchurch ‘Cardboard Cathedral’

CARDBOARD CATHEDRALS VS. LIVING STONES By The Rt. Rev. Julian M. Dobbs Special to Virtueonline http://www.virtueonline.org April 19, 2012 My family and I are living proof of the practical realities of globalization; the rapid integration of formerly widely diverse elements … Continue reading

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Cutting Edge Consortium 21st April – Same-Sex Marriage

“Making space for an honest conversation” by The Rt Revd Nicholas Holtam, Bishop of Salisbury In British society, the game is up. Gay people are equal members of our society. Civil Partnerships are now accepted, if not approved of, by … Continue reading

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