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April 24 2017 By dvirtue Canon Lawrence D. Bausch to Lead Forward in Faith North America

Canon Bausch resigned from the ministry of the Episcopal Church in September 2006, and was received as a priest in good standing in the Diocese of Argentina, in the Anglican Province of the Iglesia Anglicana del Cono Sur de America.

VOL interviewed Canon Bausch as part of the ongoing realignment both in North America and the wider Anglican Communion and we asked him how he saw the future of FIFNA, its goals and aspirations within the Anglican Communion.

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April 22 2017 By dvirtue Former Queen's Chaplain Refutes British MPs liberal response to Belief in the Resurrection

"But the article nonetheless was unworthy of a clever man, an honourable public servant and a kind Christian.

"It contained some poor arguments and poor analysis.

"Why does it matter in particular if Michael Gove got things wrong?

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April 19 2017 By dvirtue Indian Theologian Blasts Duplicity of CSI Moderator's Easter Message

An Easter message by the newly elected Moderator of the Church of South India (CSI) Thomas K Oommen, was branded an "empty speech" devoid of any truth about the true state of the CSI, which an activist orthodox Anglican theologian says is embroiled in political as well as financial corruption and fraud.

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April 14 2017 By dvirtue Atlanta Episcopal Bishop Invited Muslim Guest Preacher at Holy Week Renewal of Vows

“Soumaya provides a wonderful example for how to share the love of God; the same God worshiped by all the world’s Christians, Jews and Muslims,” Wright said. “It is an example that has never been more needed.”

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April 12 2017 By dvirtue Episcopal Dioceses Start to Crumble as Parishes Decline. Fewer Paid Rectors

This person wrote: “Of the approximately 80 parishes within the diocese, there have been over 30 rector and/or clergy changes since January 2015 with two additional parishes making changes in the coming months. This represents almost 40% of the diocese in transition within a space of just over 24 months. Furthermore, within this diocese, salaries are coming down and there are difficulties in employing interims as a result.

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April 10 2017 By dvirtue Top TEC Officials pull down nearly $3 million a Year in Salaries

The top five players including the Presiding Bishop, Chief Financial Officer, Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer and President of the House of Deputies (the latter gets nothing), pull down close to $1 million a year, (the exact amount is $920,430).

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April 05 2017 By dvirtue GAFCON Primate Says Anglican Communion is being Degraded and Confused by False Teaching

Writing in his April letter to GAFCON followers, the Archbishop of the Anglican Communion’s largest province, said there is no hope in that direction, a reference to Archbishop Justin Welby, leader of the Anglican Communion.

“At the same time, we see a new future unfolding. This is the GAFCON vision and it is being demonstrated very clearly in North America.”

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April 03 2017 By dvirtue Archbishop Justin Welby’s Global Anglican Strategy: Neutralize GAFCON

Justin Welby recently appointed the former Archbishop of Burundi, Archbishop Bernard Ntahoturi as the new Director for the Anglican Centre, Rome. He succeeds New Zealand born Archbishop David Moxon, a liberal appointee by Rowan Williams. Moxon retires in June. He did everything to boycott ecumenism between Rome and the Anglican realignment provinces.

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April 01 2017 By dvirtue Screwtape Proposes an Episcopal Toast

Out of sheer desperation, these Episcopal bishops, who are watching as their dioceses sink into the sunset, might just go for something like this. Alpha, a course on salvation, for hell’s sake...this could ruin everything!

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March 29 2017 By dvirtue We're Christian, you're not, says General Theological Seminary Dean

In other words, you're not really Christian at all and we are.

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