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The cathedral have taken down the link from their own FACEBOOK page after comments were made.Read more
"We're not trying to rebuild an old church," Fort Worth Bishop Provisional J. Scott Mayer tells ENS. "We are trying to participate in resurrection to become a new body."
Episcopalians have the right to reorganize themselves into a new entity and continue their affiliation with the national church. But the article makes statements up front that are not in accord with the church's own self-reported statistics:Read more
The constitutional shake-up, however, falls short of full disestablishment, as the King of Norway is still required to be a Lutheran, and, unlike any other denomination, children automatically become members of the Church of Norway if one of their parents is a member. Furthermore, the Church will continue to receive state funding, as do all other religious, and even humanist, organisations.Read more
Collapse of discipline
Over 1,100 delegates gathered for that first conference, including over 200 bishops, many of whom came to Jerusalem rather than attend the 2008 Lambeth Conference alongside those bishops of the Episcopal Church of the United States (TEC) who had set aside the biblical teaching on sexuality affirmed by the1998 Lambeth Conference by assenting to the consecration of a man in an active homosexual relationship as a bishop.Read more
Central to the task facing him, as Archbishop Idowu-Fearon sees it, is to be an ambassador, calling for reconciliation. Christians and Muslims in Nigeria hate each other, and so do Anglicans from Africa and the West. The solution is to promote reconciliation by getting people to agree to reject confrontation, learn about the 'other', respect differences, and commit to peace.Read more
Dean Samy was approached following discussions involving Archbishop Justin, Archbishop Mouneer, and the secretary general of the Anglican Communion, Dr Josiah Idowu-Fearon. Archbishop Mouneer made it clear that the Dean had decided not to take up the offer because of his forthcoming appointment as the area Bishop of North Africa.
Archbishop Mouneer went further, saying that he was "troubled and disappointed" by the article written by Conger, saying that it "was not accurate."Read more
Most members of the church could be seen standing up and cheering when the Trumps arrived and took their seats.
A fellow churchgoer snapped a photo of the soon-to-be first couple once they were sitting inside in a church pew as the midnight service got underway.
Trump's appearance at church comes as he bemoaned the increased use of the term 'Happy Holidays' in place of 'Merry Christmas' as a sign that Christianity is under attack.Read more
A senior official in the Church of England told VOL that the bishop has no authority and the tribunal cannot exercise any jurisdiction outside England. "It has none beyond these shores," he said.Read more
"Victoria Police would like to reassure the community that the threat has been contained and there is no on-going threat," the spokesman said. "Victoria has well tested, cooperative, counter terrorism and emergency management plans in place and constantly monitor and assess our preparedness to respond to a range of emergencies."Read more
Of course, the majority of Christians have no interest in chewing out minimum-wage baristas. We don't mind when neighbors, coworkers, or grocery store clerks wish us "happy holidays." But we do want to lovingly proclaim the reason behind the season. That's why it's so strange that this year, many churches--particularly megachurches--are cancelling services on the Lord's Day because it coincides with Christmas.Read more
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