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June 03 2006 By virtueonline New England Apostles: Bringing the Gospel Home

Bishop Thad Barnum knows this history well, and he can connect it to his own journey. He met his wife Erilynne over 25 years ago through their work with St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Darien, Connecticut, a congregation known around the world for its Rector, the Rev. Terry Fullam, and the work that God was doing in their midst. Thad attended nearby Yale Divinity School and ministered in the region. His family tree includes the noted showman P.T.

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June 03 2006 By virtueonline Uganda Martyrs Day

The Uganda Martyrs

Christianity was very new to Uganda in 1885 when the first of 22 young Catholic converts gave his life as a martyr for his faith.

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May 31 2006 By virtueonline THE LAW OF DOCTRINAL DISCIPLINE IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND

1. The Proclamation of the Faith

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May 30 2006 By virtueonline Communion in Crisis: the Way Forward for Evangelicals (I) - by Peter Jensen

If this is so, it is clear that I am referring to that movement within the Church of England, beginning in the eighteenth century which took its shape from the Reformation, the Puritans and the Pietists, and gave itself especially, but not exclusively, to the task of evangelism. In one sense, its founding Father and great saint is Thomas Cranmer.

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May 25 2006 By virtueonline HOMOSEXUALITY AND HOPE - STATEMENT OF THE CATHOLIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

II RECOMMENDATIONS

1) Ministry to individuals experiencing same-sex attraction

2) The role of the priest

3) Catholic medical professionals

4) Teachers in Catholic institutions

5) Catholic families

6) The Catholic community

7) Bishops

8) Hope

PART I CONSIDERATIONS

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May 25 2006 By virtueonline The Proposal for an Anglican Covenant

The paper "Towards an Anglican Covenant" is therefore available on this site, and Provinces, Anglican Communion commissions and networks, theological institutions and all who are interested are invited to respond to the questions set out in the paper in preparation for the work of the Task Group.

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May 22 2006 By virtueonline MARRIAGE PROTECTION AMENDMENT (MPA)

II. CONSEQUENCES FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION

Curricula in all public schools equating opposition to same-sex "marriage" to bigotry and racism

The Canadian Supreme Court ordered the largest school district in the country to accept kindergarten level books promoting same-sex marriage.

A British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal is now hearing a case designed to require a "gay marriage" curriculum requirement in every Canadian public school.

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May 19 2006 By virtueonline New Liturgy for Episcopalians?

C: Loving Lady, have mercy.

P: Mother Jesus, have mercy.

C: Loving Lady, have mercy.

*The Collect* /

(see Proper 5, p 229, BCP)

C&P: Mother of all mercies, all good things proceed from you. Inspire us to think right thoughts and empower us to act on them; through your beautiful Son, Jesus Christ, who with you and the Holy Spirit perpetually watches over us. Amen.

*The Lessons*

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May 16 2006 By virtueonline One Church's Story: Christ Church of the Ascension, Paradise Valley, Arizona

"Being a Network parish in the Arizona desert, we felt somewhat distant from decisions being made on the national level," said Jane Allred, a vestry member and senior vice president of a major digital marketing firm. "Those decisions, however, still impact us, and they were not being actively discussed within our diocese. Life pretty much was cruising along as it always had for us.

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