Monthly Archives: May 2014

Writer of ‘History of Christianity’ to give a talk in Dublin

by Stephen • May 7, 2014 • Diarmaid MacCulloch, Professor of Church History at Oxford University will speak in Dublin on Friday 9th May about Faith and Sexuality. ProfessorMacCulloch’s ‘History of Christianity’ was made into a BBC TV series. He was ordained a deacon in … Continue reading

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Costly Reconciliation – a Baghdad Priest’s View-point

Costly Reconciliation Tuesday, May 6, 2014 When someone asked the Rev. Canon Andrew White why members are so happy at St. George’s Church in war-torn Baghdad, the response came from Lina, whom White considers his adopted Iraqi daughter: “When you’ve lost everything, … Continue reading

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‘Modern Believing’ – Challenges Church Leaders on Same-Sex Relations

Leading theology journal challenges church leaders on same-sex partnerships and marriage One of the most respected scholarly journals in the religious world is presenting a positive case for gay marriages and same-sex partnerships. Amid controversy in church and society, marriage … Continue reading

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Church of England Celebrates 20 Years of Women Priests

Archbishop Justin’s sermon at service to mark 20 years of women priests Saturday 3rd May 2014 Men and women are “equally icons, witnesses, vessels of Christ for the world”, the Archbishop said today during a service at St Paul’s Cathedral … Continue reading

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Nashotah House Welcomes TEC’s Presiding Bishop

HOME Courtesy and Joy at Nashotah Friday, May 2, 2014 Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori joined in Morning Prayer, attended classes, held a discussion session, and delivered an Evensong sermon during a visit to Nashotah House Theological Seminary on May … Continue reading

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Holy Trinity, Wall Street – a TEC Mission to ALL

oices from the Trinity Wall Street communityBack to All Posts MAY 02, 2014 RECTOR’S DIARY: SIGNS OF LIFE Visitors to Trinity may have seen the cherry blossoms and tulips blooming in the churchyard. After a long winter I am glad … Continue reading

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ACNA Backs GAFCON Anti-Gay Legislation Ethic

Uganda’s anti-gay law divides U.S. churches Posted on April 30, 2014 by Colin Stewart Journalist Jim Naughton from the gay-friendly Episcopal Church in the United States argues that the relatively small breakaway Anglican Church in North America is in a bind — seeking … Continue reading

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