Monthly Archives: May 2018

Joy Cowley – Reading the Bible

CathNews NZ Reading the Bible – Joy Cowley Monday, May 14th, 2018 Recently I read this statement from a progressive rabbi: “It is a sin to read the Torah as historical fact.” He then went on to describe the importance … Continue reading

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TEC Presiding Bishop to preach at the Royal Wedding

Who is this preacher who backs gay marriage and opposes Trump? Harry Farley Mon 14 May 2018 12:20 – CHRISTIANTODAY.COM Michael Curry, the first African-American head of the US Episcopal Church, will preach at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding on … Continue reading

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Anglican Diocese of Lichfield offers ‘Open Table’

Welcoming and honouring LGBT+ people Lichfield Diocese News –  DATE  9 May 2018 – AUTHOR, Pete Bate The bishops of Lichfield Diocese are calling for a Church where LGBT+ people feel welcomed and honoured. In a letter sent to all clergy and lay ministers … Continue reading

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Belgian Cardinal affirms Gay Couple relationships

CathNews NZ and Asia Pacific Belgian cardinal backs celebrating gay couples’ relationships Thursday, May 10th, 2018 Latest News Anglicans vote to bless gay relationships _____________________________________________________________ A Belgian cardinal is considering a celebration of thanksgiving or prayer for gay couples in … Continue reading

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ACANZP – About to Vote on Motion 29 – Up-dated *

Slow start. Big finish The General Synod spent all of Tuesday on Motion 29 – the motion on blessing same gender relationships. And after a slow start, we had a big finish. 9 / 9 LLOYD ASHTON  |  08 MAY 2018  | The big debate … Continue reading

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Trailer – Film on Pope Francis

‘Pope Francis – A Man of His Word’ – This is the title of a new documentary film made in the U.S.A. about the charismatic Pope Francis. Even the trailer is quite exciting! Would that he were available – and it … Continue reading

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A Scottish Episcopalian – TEC, My Family

My Family by Victoria Stock I originally joined Old Saint Paul’s to sing in their choir. l’d been a passionate lifelong choral singer and had heard how great their choir was. I’ve always gone to church and, while I considered … Continue reading

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