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October 15 2004 By virtueonline DIOCESE OF TEXAS: Clergy Conference Yields Bitter Fruit

Six orthodox priests who attended the clergy conference spoke to Virtuosity on the grounds of anonymity, fearing for their jobs if they went public.

"The clergy conference was a disaster," said one of the priests. "This diocese is headed down the tubes."

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October 14 2004 By virtueonline Homoerotic Bishop Fictionalizes the Consequences of His Lifestyle

He then went on to say that it was canonically impossible to undo his consecration and that the debate over his sexuality is a mere difference of opinion.

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October 12 2004 By virtueonline PITTSBURG: New Trinity Dean Installed in Cathedral

"We are launching out into a fluid ecclesiastical landscape where there is huge transition, but we should never allow geographical or canonical considerations to trump biblical givens," said the former dean of Cathedral Church of the Advent in Birmingham, Alabama.

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October 11 2004 By virtueonline ECUSA: Griswold Affirms Homosexuality As He Faces Personal Golgotha

The Presiding Bishop scored heavily with his audience when he seemed to convince or confirm that homosexuality is a hard-wired condition that cannot be reversed.

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October 11 2004 By virtueonline LAMBETH: Report Leak Indicates Griswold In Deep Trouble

"It looks like Griswold is in serious trouble," said the bishop.

Griswold has already seen the report as he will post his response to it immediately after the report is released on October 18 and he has apparently set in motion wheels to prevent wholesale departures from The Episcopal Church.

"He knows it is bad news for him and he wants to get ahead of the orthodox and his revisionist bishops to tighten down the Episcopal Church," said the source.

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October 10 2004 By virtueonline A Modest Proposal for the Future of Anglicanism - by Peter Moore

4. Despite all the words, fragmentation of the Anglican Communion will continue. Indeed it will accelerate at a shocking rate.

5. Without a solution, the Anglican Communion will fragment along north/south, revisionist/traditionalist, rich/poor, liberal/evangelical lines. Lawsuits over property will consume immense energy and resources, leading to greater fragmentation within world Anglicanism.

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October 08 2004 By virtueonline NIGERIA: Rift Between Canterbury And Abuja?

The primate is racing across the country speaking his mind without worrying about the consequences of his words or actions. He apparently doesn't care, because he sees the
US Episcopal Church as irretrievably lost, beyond all hope and lacking the will or theology to repent, therefore the creation of a convocation as a safe place for Nigerian evangelicals is now foremost on his mind.

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October 07 2004 By virtueonline Fifteen Defining Characteristics of Episcopal Fascism

2. Disdain for the recognition of the rights of orthodox Episcopalians and the use of the 1928 Prayer Book because of fear that people might discover it has more truth than the 1979 Prayer Book. Furthermore Episcopalians are persuaded that the rights of the orthodox can be ignored and abused for the "higher" call of change. Revisionists look the other way or even approve of organizations like Via Media and Integrity who abuse orthodox bishops, using threats of presentment.

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October 06 2004 By virtueonline NIGERIA: Primate Rips "New Religion" Of The Episcopal Church

Referring to criticism from US Episcopal Church leaders, Akinola said it doesn't matter what anyone says to us, the truth will prevail. "We are called to love and serve Him. Fire exists for burning. The church exists by mission, a church that fails to do mission is a dead church. We must take the Word of God and proclaim it. The mission of the church is to lead people to salvation. We must be concerned with things eternal not things in time. The word of God is what makes churches grow."

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October 05 2004 By virtueonline BRAZIL: "Primate Is Suffocating Us," Says Orthodox Rector

On September 16, the House of Bishops of the Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil (IEAB), met in an extraordinary session in Porto Alegre, under the presidency of the Primate to discuss the future of the majority evangelical diocese of Recife. This came as unexpected news to Recife evangelical bishop, Robinson Cavalcanti who had just completed a 36-hour return journey from a conference in Malaysia and received the news with less than a day's notice.

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