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February 01 2019 By dvirtue Former Episcopal Church bishop Heather Cook seeks to serve rest of sentence for drunken-driving death at home

She was sentenced to seven years in prison after killing cyclist Tom Palermo with her car in December 2014 on Roland Avenue in North Baltimore while driving drunk and texting.

Palermo, 41, was a senior software engineer for Johns Hopkins Hospital, a husband and a father of two young children. His sister-in-law said she "vigorously" opposes Cook's request.

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January 31 2019 By dvirtue TALLAHASSEE,FL: St. Peter's Cathedral installing Archbishop Duncan, architect of Anglican Church in North America as interim Dean

Duncan led the new ACNA from its inception in 2009 until 2014, and he served as Bishop of Pittsburgh for the preceding 20 years. He is the principal architect of the 2019 revision of the Book of Common Prayer, the official service book of the Church of England and the Anglican Communion. The prayer book, last revised in 1979, has only seen 10 revisions since it was first compiled in 1549.

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January 30 2019 By dvirtue Protecting the Most Vulnerable

Beyond the damage this "Reproductive Health Act" will have on women, men, and families, the killing of unborn babies undermines the State itself. Abortion not only ends the life of a human being, it denies the world all that she or he would have contributed to society. Future leaders, artists, teachers, doctors, and engineers are being denied the opportunity to fulfill their God-created purpose.

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January 30 2019 By dvirtue Anglicans: Abortion-Harmed Society "In Desperate Need of Heroes"

The 2019 Summit for Life was held January 17-18 at The Falls Church Anglican in Falls Church, Virginia. Sponsored by Anglicans for Life (AFL) and the Anglican Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic, the event also featured a first-time "ySummit" which drew 85 registered young people on the night of the 17th.

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January 27 2019 By dvirtue The Anglican Mission in America (AMIA) Splits for a Second Time

The Anglican Union For The Propagation Of The Gospel: A Confraternity Of Oratories--the AUPG has now formed and separated itself from The Anglican Mission in America, led by Bishop Philip Jones, heir to Chuck Murphy.

The AUPG has one parish based in Longmont, Colorado, Epiphany Anglican Fellowship, led by Bishop Gerry Schnackenberg, the sole rector of the church.

Schnackenberg was once an emissary bishop to Tanzania when he was an AMiA bishop.

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January 26 2019 By dvirtue Justin Welby: I don't mind if Anglicans convert to Catholicism

In an interview with The Spectator, Archbishop Justin Welby was asked about the number of Anglican clergy becoming Catholic. Some estimates, the article said, suggested that one in 10 Catholic priests in England and Wales were former Anglican vicars.

"Who cares?" Archbishop Welby replied. "I don't mind about all that. Particularly if people go to Rome, which is such a source of inspiration."

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January 19 2019 By dvirtue ABERDEEN: Westhill Church Votes 87% to disaffiliate from the Scottish Episcopal Church

“Our church was not able to feel they could go on the trajectory that the SEC are going and they wanted to maintain their sense of biblical authority and their fellowship with the wider Anglican Communion which is being torn apart by decisions of some provinces.”

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January 17 2019 By dvirtue MELBOURNE, FL: ACNA College of Bishops Approve Book of Common Prayer

The Book of Common Prayer 2019

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January 16 2019 By dvirtue SOUTHERN AFRICA: Bishop of Zululand, Monument Makhanya, steps down after sexual misconduct allegation

"I very much regret that someone appears to have relayed the content of Bishop Monument's ad clerum (a letter to his clergy) to the press", Archbishop Thabo said. "As I explained to the newspaper concerned, as soon as the complainant in this matter was willing to lodge a written statement, we followed our Province's guidelines for dealing with such allegations.

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January 13 2019 By dvirtue Archbishop of Canterbury's envoy who disputes the resurrection of Christ urged to quit Vatican post

The controversial comments, delivered while he was Dean of Perth Cathedral, have been criticised for flying in the face of the most fundamental Christian doctrines.

In a 2008 Easter sermon, he said: "It's important for Christians to be set free from the idea that the resurrection was an extraordinary physical event, which restored to life Jesus's original earthly body. The resurrection of Jesus ought not to be seen in physical terms, but as a new spiritual reality."

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