Monthly Archives: December 2015

Mercy & Compassion in the Scriptures

From the beginning 10 December 2015 by Nicholas King – ‘THE TABLET’ As the Jubilee Year begins, a leading biblical scholar shows that the mercy and compassion of God is a theme deeply rooted in the Scriptures, from Genesis to … Continue reading

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Pope Francis places Mercy above Judgement

Pope opens Holy Year, places mercy above judgement Friday, December 11th, 2015 – ‘CATHNEWS’ Francis: If the Church forgets mercy for even one moment, its work is useless Pope Francis has opened the Jubilee Year of Mercy by calling for … Continue reading

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U.K. ‘Anglican-plus policy’

Faith in Public Life commission advocates an ‘Anglican-plus’ policy   by Tim Wyatt – CHURCH TIMES Posted: 07 Dec 2015 @ 05:11 – PA More or fewer?: the Bishop of Gloucester, the Rt Revd Rachel Treweek, during her introduction to the House of Lords. The … Continue reading

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Some issues with Butler-Sloss

Source: Some issues with Butler-Sloss See also: https://corablivingwithdifference.files.wordpress.com/2015/12/living-with-difference-community-diversity-and-the-common-good.pdf ________________________________________________________________ These two links, from ‘Thinking Anglicans’, describe the most recent news from the Report by Baroness Butler Sloss on a matter vital to the consideration of the future of the Church … Continue reading

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U.K. Perspective – ‘Living with Difference’

Ed Kessler – Founder and director of the Woolf Institute Living with Difference Posted: 07/12/2015 08:31 GMT Updated: 07/12/2015 08:59 GMT Religion and belief are driving forces in society today. Although there is some divergence of opinion over the extent, … Continue reading

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Sudanese Church forges ties with ACNA

Anglican Province of South Sudan and the Sudan Recognizes the Anglican Church in North America Following their November 25-28, 2015, meeting, the House of Bishops of the Anglican Province of South Sudan and the Sudan, announced that they have formally … Continue reading

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