Monthly Archives: May 2014

Bishop of Cork addresses LGBT Awareness Week

Speech of the Right Rev. Dr Paul Colton, Bishop of Cork as guest of honour at the launch of Cork LGBT Awareness Week Monday, 12th May, 2014 at Cork Civic Offices I am deeply conscious of how generously gracious and open … Continue reading

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Ruth Gledhill – The Last Religious Affairs Correspondent?

Farewell to Ruth Gledhill, Fleet Street’s Last Full-Time Religious Affairs Correspondent RuthGledhill’s tenure as Religious Affairs Correspondent at The Times is ending. For more than a quarter of a century she has been an influential figure in the febrile borderlands … Continue reading

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TEC Diocese of San Joaquin Judgement re Return of Properties

Calif. court’s preliminary decision: return 27 properties to EpiscopaliansFormer diocesan headquarters, campgrounds and investment trust includedBy Pat McCaughan Episcopal News ServiceMay 16, 2014In a preliminary decision, a California court has ordered the return of 27 properties held by a breakaway group … Continue reading

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Archbishop of Canterbury – Decision on S/S marriage ‘Great’.

Archbishop of Canterbury creates a stir with ‘great’ remark to gay magazine Justin Welby thinks it’s great that parliament can and does pass laws but he opposes gay marriage and homophobia, aides say ‘Justin Welby has an impetuous and enthusiastic … Continue reading

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Roman Catholics & ‘Failed Marriage’

How might the Church ‘make space’ for marriages that break down? 16 May 2014 by Pippa Bonner – ‘The Tablet’ As a practising Catholic who divorced, obtained an annulment and some years later, remarried, I read with interest that Cardinal … Continue reading

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UK Baptist Union & Same-Sex Marriage

Interview on Same Sex Marriage with Baptist Union Spokesman Stephen Keyworth One needs to carefully read the whole statement which is attached below to understand fully what they are and are not saying.  I did offer the Baptist Union an … Continue reading

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Kelvin’s Blog – Heresy Hunting & Expediency

Heresy hunting Posted: 14 May 2014 03:39 AM PDT One of the big differences between the theological training that I received from the university and the theological training I received from the church was that the former was interested in heresy … Continue reading

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Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby condemns anti-gay bullying in schools

i exclusive: Archbishop of Canterbury sets out new teachers’ guidelines but says church view of gays remains WILLIAM MCLENNAN   Sunday 11 May 2014 339 The Archbbishop of Canterbury tomorrow announces new measures to stamp out anti-gay bullying in church … Continue reading

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Archbishop Philip Richardson’s G.S. Charge

Captured by the love of Christ Here’s the unedited text of Archbishop Philip Richardson’s portion of the charge to the General Synod. ARCHBISHOP PHILIP RICHARDSON   |  12 MAY 2014 MORE SHARING SERVICES   Reading from the Beatitudes We are each … Continue reading

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ACC Standing Committee 2014 – asked to Dialogue with GAFCON

2014 Standing Committee Bulletin day 1 + 2 Posted on: May 8, 2014 12:38 PM The Standing Committee plus Secretary General of the Anglican Communion Canon Kenneth Kearon Photo Credit: ACNS Related Categories: Global, Standing Committee Standing Committee day 1 [The members … Continue reading

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