Monthly Archives: February 2017

Linda Woodhead : ‘Turning Point on S/S Marriage?’

The Church of England has reached a turning point on gay marriage Inclusion doesn’t represent the weakening of tradition, but the fraying of evangelical control by Linda Woodhead / February 22, 2017 “Church of England could split over homosexuality” is … Continue reading

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Pope Francis’ Anglican Visitation

Pope Francis to visit Rome’s Anglican community February 17, 2017 by CNA Daily News Rome, Italy, Feb 17, 2017 / 12:08 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis will visit All Saints Anglican Church in Rome Feb. 26 to mark the 200th … Continue reading

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Open Table Group, London. Meets over Supper

Andrew Foreshew-Cain 13 hrs Open Table London met last night for worship and fellowship over a meal afterwards. Savi Hensman led us in reflecting on our journey to the point we have reached today and the over riding themes were … Continue reading

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Bishop Victoria call Press Conference on Christchurch Cathedral

Cathedral restoration: Church disputes Government offered 25m Monday, February 20th, 2017 Bishop Victoria Mathews called an emergency media standup on Sunday to refute Greater Christchurch Regeneration Minister Gerry Brownlee’s claim that  the Government offered the church a $25 million deal to restore … Continue reading

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A Conservative View of the ABCs Reflection on G.S.

[G Ashenden] The Radical Call To Go The Wrong Way’. Archbishop Welby’s charge to General Synod At the end of the recent General Synod when an alliance of orthodox Christians and pro-gay progressives defeated the Bishops’ report on Marriage and … Continue reading

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Giles Fraser – Clergy: 1 – Bishops Nil

The clergy has moved on. It’s the bishops who are out of touch Giles Fraser Synod’s rejection of the same-sex marriage report shows the problem of having glorified administrators focused on unity at the head of the church A delegate … Continue reading

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Synod Speech by Andrew Foreshew-Cain

My speech from Synod on Wednesday; Andrew Foreshew-Cain – London 161 Thank you, Mr Chairman, I am afraid I listened to rumours and prepared something lasting a minute, so forgive me if I stumble slightly as I try to find … Continue reading

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