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December 28 2022 By dvirtue TOP 10 ANGLICAN/EPISCOPAL NEWS STORIES IN 2022


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RNA Members Name Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade Decision Top Story of 2022.

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December 23 2022 By dvirtue New Evangelical Bishop of Kensington Gets Pushback on Twitter

On 15 December 2022, it was announced that Ineson would be the next Bishop of Kensington, an area bishop in the Diocese of London. She will take up the appointment in spring 2023.

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December 21 2022 By dvirtue Is The Archbishop of Canterbury a Focus of Unity or The Source of Disunity?

The Uganda Archbishop, Stephen Kaziimba, in his Christmas message said this, "There are rumours that the Church of England will soon vote to provide some form of blessings for homosexual relationships. We are grateful for the Church of England who gave us the Gospel of Jesus Christ. But we will never follow you in supporting homosexuality.

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"We are continuing to monitor this unfortunate event," said Canon Murff. The 'event' is when a group, led by Church of Nigeria Bishop Dr. Augustine Unuigbe, stormed into Christ Anglican Church during worship services on Dec 4 initiating a riot. The group assaulted church members, yelled racial asides at Bp Ken Ross of the ACNA (who had to be secured in a locked room to protect him from an assailant), and refused to disperse when directed to do so by Law Enforcement.

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December 14 2022 By dvirtue Presiding Bishop's Love Revivals Will Not Change the Downward Spiral of TEC

Curry was in the diocese of San Diego recently promoting his "loving, liberating and life-giving" message, at a Good News Festival. He was whooping it up in a familiar cadence style more commonly found in black churches.

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Apologizing over ancient sins, only brought ridicule as Welby traipsed the world with lordly mea culpas on his lips.

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December 03 2022 By dvirtue Sewanee-University of the South ranked one of the worst colleges in the US

Sewanee is the Episcopal Church's only university and is highly thought of by Episcopalians many of whose alumni includes Bishop Gene Robinson and historian Jon Meacham.

The University of the South, is a private Episcopal liberal arts college and is owned by 28 southern dioceses of the Episcopal Church, and its School of Theology is an official seminary of the church. As of 2021 it had an endowment of $519.1 million.

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December 03 2022 By dvirtue Florida Delegates Once More Object to Charlie Holt's Election Win

Some 25 angry delegates delivered a five-page letter dated Nov. 28 outlining their concerns which included material error in voting not disclosed nor discovered until after the election.

• Disparate treatment of similarly situated clergy with cure in violation of TEC Canons materially affected the outcome of the election.

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November 25 2022 By dvirtue Numbers Plummet as Twin Pandemic Years Empty Episcopal Church Pews

In mid-December 2019 the first case of the coronavirus was identified in Wuhan, China. During the first week of January the Center for Disease Control was made aware of the illness in China. By January 15 the first American COVID case was found in Washington state. Five days later the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern and on March 11 a worldwide pandemic was declared.

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November 22 2022 By dvirtue FLORIDA: Charlie Holt Wins Again in Florida Election Do Over

Holt was elected on the first ballot, a stick in the eye at the pansexual lobby who do not want Holt and his conservative views and perhaps thought they could quash his re-election bid.

All that is required now is a simple majority of diocesan standing committees and bishops with jurisdiction to consent to the election within 120 days. Will he get them?

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