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January 06 2004 By virtueonline 2004 -- Nigeria's year

One of the likely prospects is Cardinal Francis Arinze, 71, an Ibo from Nigeria and now prefect of the Vatican's Congregation on Divine worship. He is tough, energetic knows how to handle youth -- and most importantly perhaps - - is an expert on Islam.

Then consider another branch of Christianity -- the Anglicans. The most powerful traditionalist voice is that of archbishop Peter Akinola, primate of the Anglican province of Nigeria with 17 million-18 million faithful.

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January 05 2004 By virtueonline 2003 YEAR IN REVIEW - Part Six (Final)

This discipline would take the following form: Bishop Ingham would be
reduced to observer status in the Communion (no voice, no vote). His
further participation in Communion affairs would be suspended.
Mechanisms would be implemented to protect parishes and clergy in New
Westminster who maintain a commitment to the historic faith and order
of the Communion.

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January 05 2004 By virtueonline 2003 YEAR IN REVIEW - Part Five

In the DIOCESE OF ALBANY, a small faction of liberal priests unhappy
with the way Bishops Dan Herzog and David Bena voted at GC2003 tried to
pull off a coup d'etat hoping to turn the diocese towards sexual
inclusion (read perversity) with an "alternative" vision for the
diocese. They tried and they failed.

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January 05 2004 By virtueonline 2003 YEAR IN REVIEW - Part Four

Canon Bill Atwood of EKKLESIA said the Global South majority of
Primates and bishops were so offended by the conduct of Canada, UK, and
ECUSA in the last ten days, they were no longer going to be willing to
have parallel jurisdiction. "I'm guessing," he writes, "that what will
emerge is 'replacement jurisdiction.' By doing so it will not allow for
the cancer to continue without being addressed.

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January 04 2004 By virtueonline 2003 YEAR IN REVIEW - Part Three

The Anglican Church in New Westminster (ACiNW) - that core of faithful parishes responded telling Ingham, in so many words, NUTS. We will not surrender to accommodate your miserable sexual morality.

The CANADIAN ESSENTIALS GROUP asked the House of Bishops to accept Bishop Buckle's offer of alternative episcopal oversight saying it would make it possible for them to remain within the Anglican Church of Canada.

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January 04 2004 By virtueonline 2003 YEAR IN REVIEW - Part Two

In order to do damage control for his outrageous remarks, Griswold tried to spin his own words, and in private correspondence to President Bush wrote; "My comments were taken out of a larger context and had to do with my international travels as Presiding Bishop and my opportunities to meet with bishops and archbishops in other part of our worldwide Anglican Communion many in countries overwhelmed by poverty and disease."

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January 04 2004 By virtueonline 2003 YEAR IN REVIEW - Part One

There has never been a year like it in the history of the Anglican Communion or The Episcopal Church. The entire Communion hovered on the very brink of schism, with cries of outrage from Global South Primates and bishops as they viewed their Western counterparts doing and saying things that violated the very core of Anglican doctrine and practice, in fact the very truth of what it means to be a Christian.

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The diocese recently voted three resolutions one of which was to
terminate its relationships with the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania
and its bishop, the Rt. Rev. Michael W. Creighton, because they voted
"yes" to the consecration of Robinson with the bishop, lay and 2 of the
3 clergy in favor of Gene Robinson's election.

The Brazilian diocese is lead by the orthodox Rt. Rev. Edward Robinson

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January 02 2004 By virtueonline MOLLEGEN'S MYTHOLOGICAL BIBLE

In an Open Letter to the Dissenting American Bishops and Priests and to
the Anglican Primates, Mollegen asks them to reconsider what they are
contemplating and says he has the support of Holy Scripture to support
his contention.

This is what he says.

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On one side is the "vision" of Frank T. Griswold, The Episcopal
Church's Presiding Bishop. His vision is contained in what he calls
guidelines for providing "Supplemental Episcopal Pastoral Care" for
those bishops who find they have "dissident" meaning biblically
orthodox parishes, who are at odds with theologically revisionist
diocesan bishops like Charles E. Bennison, Tom Shaw, and John Chane et

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