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January 29 2004 By virtueonline FELLOWSHIP OF CONCERNED CHURCHMAN DIRECTORY

The Fellowship continues to make available:

AUDIO TAPES that are clear copies of the 1977 Congress of St Louis as recorded by the late Russell B Joseph - now in a two-tape set ($14.00 per set - postage included)! By 'em now. You won't be sorry.

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January 28 2004 By virtueonline CHURCH OF ENGLAND: Women bishops considered; third province unlikely

The Rt Revd Michael Nazir-Ali, Bishop of Rochester, England, has chaired the working party on the Theology of Women in the Episcopate since it was created in July 2000, and the culmination of its work has resulted in a report being drafted for consideration. The House of Bishops of the Church of England met this week in the lead up to the annual February gathering of the General Synod in London, and one of the items on their agenda was the discussion of this draft report.

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January 27 2004 By virtueonline UGANDA: New Primate Lays Out Mission and Challenges

This day is of special significance to the Church of Uganda Christians as well as people of Uganda. The significance extends to the worldwide body of the Church. Today the 7th Archbishop of this Church is installed. It seems like yesterday when the outgoing Archbishop Livingstone was installed. His leadership was clear-headed, productive, people-oriented and sound. I have many things to copy from him. I am coming to build on the same foundation.

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January 27 2004 By virtueonline Anglican Mainstream sets up Eames Commission Website

The first meeting of the Commission is on February 9th, so submissions received before the end of the first week of February will be read early on in the process.

New - You can now read some of the contributions already submitted here

A Prayer for the Commission

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January 27 2004 By virtueonline Anglican Mainstream sets up Eames Commission Website

The first meeting of the Commission is on February 9th, so submissions received before the end of the first week of February will be read early on in the process.

New - You can now read some of the contributions already submitted here: http://eames.anglican-mainstream.net/

A Prayer for the Commission

Dear Heavenly Father,

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January 27 2004 By virtueonline CENTRAL FLORIDA: Episcopalians Vote to Join Conservative Group

The Diocese of Central Florida is the state's first to align itself with the Network of Anglican Communion Dioceses and Parishes, in existence only since Tuesday.

The diocese consists of 48,000 members in 87 parishes across 15 counties.

"We're going to network with like-minded dioceses ... to uphold and propagate the historic faith as we received it," Bishop John Howe said.

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January 26 2004 By virtueonline AUSTRALIA: Three-way struggle to lead Anglicans

For the first time in history, the nation's 23 bishops will join the five archbishops as real contenders to be titular head of the nation's 3.8million Anglicans.

The 47 members of a board to elect the new primate will be chosen at the General Synod meeting in October.

The result of their deliberations is impossible to predict. But authoritative sources have told The Australian there are three main candidates for primate.

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January 25 2004 By virtueonline CULTURE WARS: Boston Archbishop Says No Communion to Pro-Abortion Politicians

"These politicians should know that if they're not voting correctly on these life issues that they shouldn't dare come to communion," the Archbishop told LifeSiteNews.com.

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January 25 2004 By virtueonline CULTURE WARS: Infanticide is justifiable in some cases, says ethics professor

The professor's comments were made during an unreported debate last week on sex selection, which was held as part of the Commons Science and Technology Committee's consultation on human reproductive technologies.

Prof Harris, who is also a professor of bioethics at the University of Manchester, was asked what moral status he accorded an embryo and he endorsed infanticide in cases of a child carrying a genetic disorder that remained undetected during pregnancy.

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January 25 2004 By virtueonline KENTUCKY: Versailles Episcopal Dispute on the Front Line

The showdown between Sauls and the governing board of St. John's Episcopal Church is drawing praise and condemnation from national Episcopalian leaders.

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