Monthly Archives: November 2014

Church Severed from Baptist Convention over LGBT Inclusion

PASTOR OF KENTUCKY CHURCH SEVERED FROM BAPTISTS OVER LGBT INCLUSION: NOT ACTIVISM, JUST HONESTY 6 On November 11 Kentucky’s Southern Baptists voted overwhelmingly at their annual state meeting to sever ties with the historically important Crescent Hill Baptist Church in … Continue reading

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ex-Anglicans now 10% of the R C. Parish Clergy in England & Wales

England can break new ground 13 November 2014 It is estimated that one in 10 priests in diocesan ministry in the Catholic Church in England and Wales began his priestly vocation in the Church of England. Many of them are … Continue reading

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SEC. celebrates TEC’s Origins in Scotland 225 Years Ago

We love you, American Episcopalians! by Kelvin 14 November, 2014 – Two hundred and twenty five years ago today, something special happened in Aberdeen. Two hundred and twenty five years ago today, Anglicanism in the USA was set ablaze with the consecration … Continue reading

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Pope Francis demotes Conservative Cardinal Burke

“DE-RATZINGERIZATION” CONTINUES AS POPE FRANCIS REMOVES CONSERVATIVE CARDINAL BURKE Pope Francis finally dropped the long-expected axe on Cardinal Raymond Burke, one of the curia’s cultural warriors-in-chief, on Saturday. Burke was removed from the powerful position of head of the Apostolic … Continue reading

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Lambeth Youth – Religious Community – Prior appointed

Home > Other News Archbishop appoints Prior to oversee radical new community at Lambeth Palace Posted on: November 11, 2014 12:27 PM Swedish Anglican priest the Revd Anders Litzell will pioneer the Archbishop of Canterbury’s new community for young Christians … Continue reading

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Does ‘Religious Freedom’ give ISIS a Foothold?

INTERNATIONAL “RELIGIOUS FREEDOM” AGENDA WILL ONLY EMBOLDEN ISIS This weekend in Oslo a group of parliamentarians signed a Charter for Freedom of Religion or Belief, launching an international coalition to combat religious persecution and protect religious freedom. The US Commission … Continue reading

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Adoring crowds – and ministry success

09 Nov 2014 Written by Thom Schultz “Our worship attendance has grown from 100 to 500 in just the last year.” “We have over 75 kids in the youth group.” Numbers. They’re the currency of ministry. The crowd has become … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Bishops who won’t Ordain Women

Originally posted on Gerry Lynch's Thoughts…:
Today it was announced that Philip North, Vicar of Old St Pancras in London and a prominent member of Traditionalist Anglo-Catholic group Forward in Faith, is to be the new Bishop of Burnley.…

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Jesus and the Modern Man

By JAMES CARROLL – New York Times NOVEMBER 7, 2014 SOMETIMES, when I kneel alone in a pew in the far back shadows of a church, face buried in my hands, a forbidden thought intrudes: You should have left all this behind … Continue reading

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Tomorrow’s Church sees God in mercy, not prohibitions

31 October 2014 by Daniel Kearney – ‘THE TABLET I was explaining Situation Ethics to a Year 10 class – the idea that the same action can be right or wrong depending on the circumstances. “So why did this Pope … Continue reading

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