Monthly Archives: May 2013

Mark Vernon Tells the story of ‘Honest to God’

Viewpoint: When did people stop thinking God lives on a cloud? – ‘BBC News’ God The Father by Giovanni Battista Cima (Cortauld Gallery, London) People rarely queue around the block to buy a book. And when was the last time … Continue reading

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A New Pentecost ? The English R.C. Renewal

Feature Article Feel the Spirit : Pentecost special report Kristina Cooper – 18 May 2013 – ‘The Tablet’ The number of Catholics drawn to Charismatic Renewal is being given a huge boost by thousands of migrants. They are now taking their worship … Continue reading

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Fruits of Schism in GAFCON-linked Church in the U.K.

FIRST BAPTISM AT GAFCON-BACKED SHEFFIELD CHURCH PLANT The ordination of its minister in the Anglican Church in Kenya in February may have been controversial, but the first baptism atChrist Church Walkley in Sheffield was a great gospel occasion. The man baptised on Sunday May … Continue reading

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The ABC discusses High Finance, avoiding Delicate Questions.

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An Evangelical Warns Against Church Empire-Building

CHURCH EMPIRE-BUILDING: SERIOUS ALLEGATION Surely the charge of empire-building against a church leader is as serious as an allegation of sexual impropriety.But for obvious reasons, the former charge is levelled far more lightly than the latter. Cranmer’s Curate once heard … Continue reading

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Inspiring Sermon at Archbishop’s Installation – ACANZP

‘Archbishop, your work is cut out…’ TAONGA NEWS   |  11 MAY 2013 Top News…Some 500-odd people jammed into Taranaki’s Cathedral today to witness Archbishop Philip Richardson being ‘sworn-in’. And the woman he’d invited to preach at his commissioning service challenged … Continue reading

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Eirenic Anglican Bishops Meet in Capetown for Dialogue on Unity

A Testimony of Hope This statement was released by the Consultation of Anglican Bishops in Dialogue after their fourth meeting May 2 to 5 in Cape Town, South Africa. The statement from their third meeting “A Sacrament of Love: Our … Continue reading

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English Anglo-Catholics – F.i.F. and Anglican Catholic Future

Two Anglo-Catholic Moments Friday, May 10, 2013 – By Zachary Guiliano Two celebrations in mid-April marked contemporary Anglo-Catholic life in the Church of England: a “Solemn Pontifical Mass with the Commissioning of Dr. Colin Podmore as Director of Forward in Faith,” … Continue reading

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Another TEC Property Restored to the National Episcopal Church

California church faces setback in legal battle for property Published 07 May 2013  |  ASSIST News Service St James Anglican Church in Newport Beach, California, has received a serious setback in its legal case and fight to retain its property … Continue reading

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Evangelical Merry-go-round: Sydney Primacy up for grabs

And They’re Off… The Race Begins for Archbishop of Sydney Posted on May 4, 2013 by David Ould in Anglican Communion, Featured 2 Comments Home» Blog » hot topics » Anglican Communion » And They’re Off… The Race Begins for Archbishop of Sydney For the last 6 months members of the Diocese of Sydney … Continue reading

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