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October 23 2006 By virtueonline ANGLICAN BODIES AND ORGANIZATIONS - by William J. Tighe

Forward in Faith: The current title of an organization that originated in 1977 in reaction to the Episcopal Church's decision the previous year to ordain women to the priesthood. Originally entitled "The Evangelical and Catholic Mission" it sought to bring together Anglo-Catholic and Evangelical Protestant Episcopalians opposed to the ordination of women to the priesthood.

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October 17 2006 By virtueonline Women's Ordination - by Peter Toon

Right now in the Church of England one can get a taste of the emotion in this difference of mindset in the build-up to the future voting in General Synod as to whether women will be allowed by canon law to be consecrated bishops. But it is also felt very strongly in the USA on the one side by the traditional Continuers for whom "no female priest at the altar" seems to be a primary article of faith.

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October 13 2006 By virtueonline Fulfilled or Finished? - Andrew Goddard

There is here much cause for encouragement but aspects of the Global South's approach are also causing major concern, especially in parts of Western churches.

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October 12 2006 By virtueonline Anglican Identity and the Anglican Birth Certificate - by Peter Toon

In the present crisis of identity which is seriously rocking the global Anglican Family of Churches, one thing ought to be clear to all leaders. No real progress will be made in establishing a clear identity for a future, renewed (and perhaps reduced) "Anglican Communion of Churches" without taking note of the Anglican birth certificate.

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October 05 2006 By virtueonline ANGLICAN COMMUNION INSTITUTE: Theologians Respond to Presiding Bishop's Letter

At the next Windsor Bishops meeting at Camp Allen in January and at our Covenant Consultation in Oxford in July we will assure that this representation remains in place, as it was last month.

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October 03 2006 By virtueonline The Articles of Religion - comments from Professor G. W. H. Lampe

Notice here that he uses the strong form of the verb implying moral duty, "ought to be brought," and that he advocates careful study of The Articles. So, although there should be no subscription required, he believes that the clergy ought to know the content of The Articles. (This contrasts with those who dismiss The Articles as either irrelevant or "Protestant" and who seem not to read, let alone, study them carefully!)

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October 01 2006 By virtueonline THE ROAD TO LAMBETH

The Church in Africa and the Anglican Communion

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September 28 2006 By virtueonline ANGLICAN COMMUNION INSTITUTE: Where are we now, where are we headed?

We as a body continue to address the situations which have arisen in North America with the utmost seriousness. Whilst there remains a very real question about whether the North American churches are willing to accept the same teaching on matters of sexual morality as is generally accepted elsewhere in the Communion, the underlying reality of our communion in God the Holy Trinity is obscured, and the effectiveness of our common mission severely hindered (para 12).

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Diocese of Atlanta
Church of Our Saviour, Atlanta (FIFNA)
St. Andrew’s in the Pines, Peachtree City

Diocese of Bethlehem
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Whitehall (FIFNA)

Diocese of Central Gulf Coast
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Diocese of Central New York
Church of the Good Shepherd, Binghamton
St. Andrew’s, Syracuse
St. Andrew’s, Vestal

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