Monthly Archives: September 2013

Ruth Chapman on: Synod, WATCH & Women Bishops

Synod, WATCH & Women Bishops Vicky BeechingSeptember 25, 2013 Ruth Chapman is on the WATCH National Committee (Women And The Church); an influential group in the UK campaigning for women’s equality within the Church of England. Ruth is passionate about … Continue reading

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An Anglican Woman Ordained Priest in the Middle East

Mideast‘s only woman priest By FRANCES LEATE,  Posted on » Friday, September 27, 2013 THE region’s only female priest will be ordained in a ceremony in Bahrain today. Reverend Jo Henderson, from the UK, will be officially ordained by the Bishop … Continue reading

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ACANZP Bishop David Rice returning to US

Home > Oceania Bishop David Rice returning to US Posted on: September 26, 2013 12:12 PM The Rt Revd David Rice Photo Credit: Anglican Taonga Related Categories: Bp Rice, New Zealand, Waiapu [AnglicanTaonga] Bishop David Rice has announced his intention to resign as the Bishop … Continue reading

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Women bishops and the recognition of Orders

The recent decision of the Church in Wales to allow women to be consecrated as bishops, and the election of a woman bishop in the Church of Ireland have prompted an article, Women bishops and the recognition of Orders, by Will Adam, editor of the Ecclesiastical … Continue reading

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Church of South India elects first woman bishop

Posted on: September 25, 2013 1:32 PM Related Categories: South India, women bishops By ACNS staff The Church of South India has today appointed its first woman bishop. The Revd Eggoni Pushpalalitha was ordained in 1983 and has most recently been a … Continue reading

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WATCH calls for C.of E. to follow examples of Wales & Ireland

Women as bishops: Close, but no cigar (yet) Charles Read, Vice-Chair of WATCH, writes: “Close, but no cigar (yet)”. …In the Church in Wales debate, the assistant bishop of Llandaff, David Wilbourne, reminded people of how he had been John Habgood’s chaplain when … Continue reading

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Irish ‘Reform’ rejects C.of I. Appointment of Woman Bishop

Reform Ireland criticises appointment of new Bishop of Meath and Kildare Reform Ireland has published this: Appointment of the new Bishop of Meath The Church of Ireland, in common with the Anglican Communion worldwide, has always prized doing things ‘decently and … Continue reading

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