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November 19 2017 By dvirtue DIOCESE OF SOUTH CAROLINA DENIED REHEARING BY SOUTH CAROLINA SUPREME COURT

Given the gravity of all these concerns, we will now give serious consideration to seeking review by the U.S. Supreme Court. We believe the number and character of the issues at stake in this ruling merit review by the high court. Because of the long road of litigation that has brought us to this day, all the parties to this case will need to take counsel together before deciding our next steps.

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November 14 2017 By dvirtue Former Bishop-Elect of Caledonia, the Rev. Jacob Worley, has been fired

In May of 2017, Worley made headlines in Church news when the House of Bishops of the Province of BC and Yukon refused to approve him as Bishop of Caledonia, a diocese that stretches across the northern half of British Columbia.

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November 14 2017 By dvirtue Apartment building proposed for grounds of downtown Milwaukee's historic St. James Episcopal Church

The church, built in 1867 at 833 W. Wisconsin Ave., would remain with its historic character preserved, according to plans filed by developer Josh Jeffers.

However, it will no longer be part of the Episcopal Church's Milwaukee Diocese.

St. James had its final worship service on Nov. 1, according to the church's website. The church, which closed on Nov. 9, has been listed for sale by the diocese.

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November 14 2017 By dvirtue Amicus Brief Calls for Rehearing in Support of Diocese of South Carolina

Statement by the Rev. Canon Jim Lewis:

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November 10 2017 By dvirtue Forward in Faith celebrates its 25th Anniversary

Forward in Faith is not a single-issue movement, nor is the sacrament of Orders the only sacrament under threat. We shall continue to defend, for the Church of England, Baptism in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit; the Eucharist as requiring the presidency of an episcopally ordained priest; Confirmation as integral to Christian initiation; Marriage as 'according to our Lord's teaching... a union...

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November 10 2017 By dvirtue N.B. woman sues priest, Anglican church for damages over assaults

She alleges that on Nov. 24, 2015, while she was visiting Morton at his house, he threatened to skin her alive and scrape her breasts with a box cutter, according to a statement of claim filed with the Court of Queen's Bench in Saint John, N.B., October 2.

After she left, Moore alleges that Morton came to her house and attempted to kill her. "He succeeded in cutting her breasts and abdomen with a box cutter," the statement of claim reads.

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November 09 2017 By dvirtue Ordinariate head 'excluded from Reformation events'

In a letter to the Catholic Herald, Fr Ed Tomlinson asks why Mgr Keith Newton, who serves as ordinary of the group for former Anglicans, was not invited to be "part of the numerous 'reformation celebrations' taking part in the ecumenical landscape this week".

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November 09 2017 By dvirtue GAFCON Chairman says Anglican Communion is Foretaste of Heaven

I am writing on the 1st November, All Saints Day. It is an annual reminder of "the communion of the saints", a biblical truth we affirm every time we say the Apostles Creed.

As Christians face rising persecution in many parts of the world and as we see the fabric of our own Anglican Communion torn by continuing theological and moral crisis, it is a great comfort to know that we are part of something much more glorious than we can see or even imagine.

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November 08 2017 By dvirtue Remaining faithful to the gospel in New Zealand - A response to Motion 29

The Anglican Church in New Zealand was birthed out of the activities of the Church Missionary Society who brought the gospel to the indigenous Maori in the early 19th century. After this evangelical beginning, the first Bishop and many early clergy were influenced by the Oxford Movement, and these characteristics are still evident in the Church today.

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November 08 2017 By dvirtue After Texas church shooting, 70 Episcopal bishops say US must tackle relaxed gun laws

In their statement reported by the Church Times, Bishops United Against Gun Violence said: 'As a nation, we must acknowledge that we idolize violence, and we must make amends. Violence of all kinds denigrates humankind; it stands against the will of God and the way of Jesus the Christ.

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