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June 09 2020 By dvirtue Top Washington bishops agree - slamming Trump's church visits was right

The President's church visits were surrounded by the protests, civil unrest and riots stemming from the death of George Floyd on Memorial Day (May 25) in Minneapolis. George Floyddied under the knee of a police officer who had him penned to the ground during an attempted arrest. Mr. Floyd is black; the police officer is white. And now the Black Lives Matter movement is again in full force with protests spreading not only though every state, but also around the world.

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June 06 2020 By dvirtue Present and Former Archbishops of Canterbury Condemn President Donald Trump's Actions

Williams was the Archbishop of Canterbury for 10 years until 2012. He was considered a disaster by the Global South, caving into pansexuality and failing to show leadership in the Culture Wars tearing the Anglican Communion apart.

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June 04 2020 By dvirtue EPISCOPAL BISHOPS CONDEMN KILLING OF BLACK MAN; FAIL TO CONDEMN LOOTERS

The same goes for some 13 bishops (to date) who have failed to condemn looters, but were happy to rail against racism, white supremacy and Trump's actions at St. John's Episcopal Church. Below is the list.

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June 01 2020 By dvirtue MY APPEAL TO YOU

The Communion's left wing media elites believe they can keep on doing and reporting things the same old way, progressively moving the church further and further away from the gospel as it embraces more and more leftist views on a whole list of issues including controversial climate change theories, while ignoring the central tenet of our faith, that Christ died for our sins and rose again for our justification.

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May 29 2020 By dvirtue CHURCH OF ENGLAND FACES "MASSIVE SHRINKAGE" OWING TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC

The rise of online services has prompted a rethink of how the Church of England pays for its 42 cathedrals and 16,000 churches -- of which 12,500 are listed by Historic England -- with dioceses under pressure to merge their functions in education, theological training and administration to save money, said The Times.

"The crisis is going to lead to a massive shrinkage in the number of cathedrals, dioceses and parish churches," said a source familiar with his thinking.

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May 25 2020 By virtueonline FT. Worth legal decision is Knockout Punch against Episcopal Church Diocese

And then on Friday, the other shoe dropped; the Supreme Court of Texas told the Episcopal Diocese of Ft. Worth that they had no right to the properties they alleged were theirs, (and for which they had fought over for 12 years in the courts) and said they could go pound sand.

It was basically about neutral principles.

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May 18 2020 By virtueonline Episcopal Presiding Bishop admits COVID-19 could kill off Church

Bishop Gene Robinson's consecration will be seen as just the tip of the iceberg for new growth, predicted the love talking Presiding Bishop.

"For the moment we may have to content ourselves with fewer dioceses, less bishops, empty churches, less money flowing in and no next generation millennials coming forward, but we will definitely have more queers in the pulpit and episcopacy. That's a huge cultural win for us. I see a transsexual bishop in our future."

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May 15 2020 By virtueonline NEW YORK EPISCOPAL BISHOP FAILS INCLUSION TEST OVER SAMARITAN'S PURSE

Dietsche said that the attitude of Samaritan's Purse (about homosexuality) was a key reason the plan to set up a field hospital inside the Cathedral of St. John the Divine was shelved last month, because as the New York Times put it, "The Bishop said that Mr. Graham espouses 'an exclusionary view and a very narrow view of what constitutes being a Christian.'"

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May 12 2020 By virtueonline The Times Blasts Archbishop Justin Welby over Church Shutdown

In a crisis when its flock requires rather more spiritual succour and sustenance than usual, not least because many members wish to grieve in the traditional way for the loss of loved ones, the Church of England has been shockingly absent. In the commercial jargon that the CofE has recently and dismally embraced, a huge gap in the market opened up and it has signally failed to fill it, said the editorial.

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May 09 2020 By virtueonline ANGLICAN ARCHBISHOP OUTRAGED OVER GEORGIA SHOOTING

The facts, in their simplest form, are these: a 25-year-old African American male went for a jog through a Georgia neighborhood on February 23. Perceived as a threat by three white residents, he was pursued and overtaken. One of Aubrey's pursuers recorded the confrontation, while the other two men who were armed, engaged in a struggle that ended with Aubrey shot multiple times and killed.

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