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January 17 2018 By dvirtue Dr. Laurent Mbanda Is New Anglican Church Archbishop of Rwanda

He takes over from Archbishop Onesphore Rwaje who has been at the helm for the last seven years. Bishop Mbanda currently serves as Bishop of Shyira Diocese.

A source intimated to KT Press that Dr. Laurent Mbanda, was overwhelmingly voted through secret ballot. House of Bishops meeting took place on January 17.

Three candidates were vying for this position including; Bishop Alex Birindabagabo of Gahini Diocese and Bishop Dr. Jered Kalimba of Shyogwe Diocese.

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January 17 2018 By dvirtue ACNA: Communique from the College of Bishops

Together with our spouses we shared in times of teaching and small group discussion on the topics of racism, cultural engagement, and the persecuted church.

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January 14 2018 By dvirtue SOUTH SUDAN: Anglican archbishop attacks military over soldiers accused of rape

The soldier is in the South Sudan army and remains at large, Yugusuk said, free to continue raping women.

'The woman was threatened by gun. The husband was also threatened. One soldier raped the woman. The woman is now in the hospital. She has been in a critical situation,' he told South Sudan in Focus.

It comes after President Salva Kiir ordered the defence minister and the army's chief of staff to execute soldiers who commit rape or murder.

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January 13 2018 By dvirtue Alternative Anglican church looms large in the shadows

Lee McMunn, an Amie vicar in Scarborough and the group's mission director, says: "People will now see that we are actually serious about Anglican ordination. This may be the first, but it will not be the last. It will encourage more people to come and talk with us and things will grow."

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January 12 2018 By dvirtue Mike Williams elected Bishop in ACNA

The two candidates, The Rev. Michael Williams and The Rev. Mark Nordstrom, had been nominated by the Special Jurisdiction of the Armed Forces and Chaplaincy and this month were brought before the College for election. After a time of prayer and through the direction of the Holy Spirit, the College elected both candidates.

Both Rev. Williams and Rev. Nordstrom were senior officers in their respective military branches where they served throughout their adult lives until retirement.

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January 12 2018 By dvirtue Second shoe drops: San Antonio archbishop boots out EWTN nuns

I was floored! I didn't believe what I was reading. I thought it was a hoax or fake news. I personally know the good Sisters from having attended various Anglican Use events and Becoming One gatherings with them at Our Lady of the Atonement (OLA) Catholic Church. The last time I saw the Sisters was in mid- August when I went to San Antonio to cover the installation of OLA's new rector, Fr. Mark Lewis, following Fr.

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January 12 2018 By dvirtue An exodus of bishops from the Anglican Church of Canada

We may never know but at least it is satisfying to bid them adieu.

From The Anglican Journal:

Diocese of Rupert's Land Bishop Donald Phillips plans to retire in the fall after the election of a coadjutor bishop this June, saying that it's important to "go out on a high note."

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January 10 2018 By dvirtue Canadian Primate Fred Hiltz announces his intention to resign

In a letter from Hiltz himself he wrote:

Now, dear friends is such a time for our beloved Church, a time for me to make plans to conclude my years of service as Primate, and time for the Church to make the arrangements necessary for the election of a new Primate.

In 2017, I marked 40 years in ordained ministry and 40 years of marriage with my dear Lynne. For 23 of those 40 years I have served our Church as a bishop, and for 10 of those 23 as Primate.

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January 10 2018 By dvirtue Scottish Episcopal Church Leaders Blast Conservative Aberdeen & Orkney Dissenters to Election of Woman Bishop

The Rev'd Canon John Walker
The Rectory
St Mary's Place
Inverurie
AB51 3NW 8

8 January 2018

Dear John

Your Open Letter to the College of Bishops and the Bishop Elect of Aberdeen and Orkney

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January 08 2018 By dvirtue Cambodia Anglicans Chart a New Path

A Rapidly Changing City

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