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January 09 2004 By virtueonline Presbyterian Pastor Says He Will Stand for Truth -- Even at Cost of His Ministry

A committee in the Presbytery of Western North Carolina is recommending
that Pastor Parker T. Williamson be removed from his position as CEO of
the Presbyterian Lay Committee and editor-in-chief of its publications.

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January 09 2004 By virtueonline Priest leads other Episcopalians to join Orthodox Church

The Rev. John Flora, 57, retired rector of St. Stephen's Episcopal
Church, w ill lead the new congregation, which will begin worshipping at
St. George's Orthodox Christian Cathedral in Wichita at 10 a.m. on Sunday.

Flora said he and the group of former St. Stephen's parishioners have
grown frustrated with the Episcopal Church, including its approval of
its first openly gay bishop in August.

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January 09 2004 By virtueonline Dissenting Episcopal Bishop Robert Duncan on CNN

Dissenting Episcopal Bishop

Pittsburgh Bishop Robert Duncan on CNN

BY Soledad O'Brien

Duncan explains why he and his group are challenging the Episcopal
Church leadership over the ordaining of the first gay bishop. He says
they are basing their challenge on the scripture, not opposition to
homosexuality.

SOLEDAD O'BRIEN, CNN ANCHOR: One of the dissenting Episcopal bishops
joins us this morning from Pittsburgh.

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January 09 2004 By virtueonline CHURCH OF ENGLAND: New Bishop of Reading Appointed

Philip Giddings, Jonathan Wilmot and Vaughan Roberts on behalf of
Anglican Mainstream Oxford Dr Philip Giddings Convenor of AM UK The Ven
Paul Gardner Archdeacon of Exeter The Rev David Banting Vicar of St
Peter's Harold Wood On behalf of AM UK

Tuesday 6th January 2004

It has been announced from 10 Downing Street today that the Queen has
approved the nomination of The Revd. Canon Stephen Cottrell, as the next
Bishop of Reading.

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January 09 2004 By virtueonline International Pentecostal Church of Christ writes ABC over Robinson Consecration

International Pentecostal Church of Christ writes Williams over Robinson
consecration

The following is a letter to the Archbishop:

The Right Reverend Dr Rowan Williams
Archbishop of Canterbury
Lambeth Palace
London SE1 7JU England

Dear Archbishop Williams:

Grace be unto you, and peace, from God our Father, and the Lord Jesus
Christ .

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January 09 2004 By virtueonline CONGO PROVINCE REJECTS ROBINSON CONSECRATION

1/5/2004

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January 09 2004 By virtueonline Dean who married same-sex couple prayed he could welcome all people

The wedding took place Aug. 25 in the cathedral with about 90 people in
attendance.

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January 09 2004 By virtueonline Anglican primate ends turbulent reign with early retirement

Archbishop Carnley said yesterday that he would retire as primate and as
Anglican Archbishop of Perth in May next year, marking the 24th
anniversary of his consecration and installation as archbishop.

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January 08 2004 By virtueonline All Saints, Pawleys Island will decide whether to leave Episcopal Church USA

The move comes during a turbulent time for the 264-year-old Waccamaw Neck church.

It has been engaged in a three-year fight with the diocese over ownership of church property and a recent attempt by Bishop Edward Salmon to remove 12 church leaders.

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