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N.Z. Parliament Votes For Same-Sex Marriage

Listening in to the parliamentary debate tonight, and watching the procedure on Television New Zealand, made me proud to be a person of faith, A New Zealander, and an advocate of justice for the LGBT community in our country. One … Continue reading

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Canadian Bishop Reviews Controversies in A.C. of C.

Ingham reflects on the storms of his career BY LEIGH ANNE WILLIAMS ON APRIL, 11 2013 Michael Ingham, bishop of the diocese of New Westminster, announced that he will retire on Aug. 31, 2013. Photo: Randy Murray/Diocese of New Westminster. When … Continue reading

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The Church is Wales to harness the Laity in Pastoral Initiatives

Archbishop Barry Morgan present vision for Church in Wales By David Williamson – Apr 10 2013 – Daily Post North Wales     Dr Barry Morgan ARCHBISHOP Barry Morgan today presented a vision for a radically changed Church in Wales and announced a new study … Continue reading

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Desmond Tutu awarded 2013 Templeton Prize

Desmond Tutu, Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town was named the 2013 Templeton Prize winner Thursday. The Huffington Post says the honor, which comes with a $1.7 million award, is given annually by the West Conshohocken, Penn.-based John Templeton Foundation. It has, in recent … Continue reading

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Former Nurse Challenges R.C. Archbishop on Gay Marriage

Nurse destroys archbishop’s gay marriage stance with a stroke of her pen A 65-year-old former nurse has told the leader of England’s Catholics to ditch the robes, the Latin and activism against gays and start helping the needy 19 FEBRUARY … Continue reading

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Support for women bishops ‘is biblical’ – ‘Church Times’

  by Madeleine Davies – Posted: 28 Mar 2013 @ 12:17 – ‘Church Times‘ A so-called “clumsy caricature” of the debate over women bishops as “a stand-off between liberal Christians who are prepared to twist scripture . . . and conservative Christians who … Continue reading

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Rome and Constantinople – a New Initiative?

Feature Article ‘My brother Andrew’ Relations between the Churches of East and West Mark Woodruff – 30 March 2013 Pope Francis’ reference to himself as the ‘Bishop of Rome’ was music to the ears of Orthodox leaders for whom the question … Continue reading

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A Bishop Speaks – at Hone Kaa’s Unveiling on Holy Saturday

Hone Kaa: Impatient with Holiness by REVMIKE on MARCH 28, 2013 · LEAVE A COMMENT · in LIFE AND DEATH The following is a kauhau prepared by Bishop John Bluck for the Unveiling of his friend The Venerable Hone Te Kauru O Te Rangi Kaa over the Easter … Continue reading

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New priorities for the Anglican Witness core group

Posted On : March 26, 2013 3:09 PM | Posted By : Admin ACO By the Revd John Kafwanka, Director for Mission at the Anglican Communion Office A good start on a new mandate – Anglican Witness Core Group meets … Continue reading

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Fr. Giles Fraser and The Evangelicals

I bang my head against the wall when evangelicals turn Jesus into Cheesus No PR agency in the world could sell the disturbing message of a broken man on the cross. That’s why we get Jesus-lite.  Giles Fraser – The … Continue reading

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