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August 23 2022
SYDNEY: Response to the creation of the Diocese of the Southern Cross Parishes, schools and organisations in the Diocese of Sydney are not affected by this development and there will be no change to our structures.
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August 23 2022
LAMBETH '22: THE NEWS YOU MAY NOT HAVE SEEN OR HEARD Former General Secretary of the Evangelical Fellowship of the Anglican Communion (EFAC), Vinay Samuel from India, notes that a revolution must be true to God's word, empowered by the Spirit and cen
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August 22 2022
FROM LAMBETH TO LOCAL MISSION I was reminded of that phrase, "deal with but don't dwell on" in the last few weeks as I've read our American Anglican Council (AAC) posts and Canon Phil's excellent reporting from the Lambeth Conf
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August 22 2022
Anglicans Stay Focused Amid Latin America's Pentecostal Boom "Pretty soon Roman Catholicism will not be the church," Allen told TLC, adding that he believes Episcopalians and Anglicans in the six provinces across Latin America will thrive if they remain focu
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August 22 2022
FLORIDA: Wannabe Bishop Charlie Holt Capitulates in Face of Heavy Gay Pushback The new bishop of Virginia, E. Mark Stevenson, also a conservative, decided to change his mind on the hot button issue and easily obtained consents.
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August 19 2022
THE GREAT EPISCOPAL CHURCH ROBBERY I grew up seven miles from the scene of the "Great Train Robbery" in Rondout IL.
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August 19 2022
August 19 2022
AUSTRALIAN ANGLICAN PRIMATE AND REVISIONIST DIOCESES BLAST ORTHODOX SCHISM OVER SAME-SEX MARRIAGE The Most Rev. Geoffrey Smith, Primate of Australia and Archbishop of Adelaide noted the formal launch of the Diocese of the Southern Cross.
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August 18 2022
What the Anglican Communion can learn from the Commonwealth Games The other event was the Lambeth Conference.
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August 18 2022
SC Supreme Court Approves Petition for Rehearing Sought by Six Parishes of the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina - UPDATED The earlier April 20 ruling stated that 15 parish properties of the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina will also remain with the Anglican Diocese.
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