You are here

VOL Exclusive
June 08 2004 By virtueonline A Tale Of Two Bishops; A Tale Of Two Churches

Another bishop, an African Primate, one of 38, was warmly welcomed by an orthodox congregation that believes in the authority of Holy Scripture and unchanging truth, for the exact opposite reasons.

Read more
June 07 2004 By virtueonline PENNSYLVANIA: Archbishop Malango Makes Welcome Visit To Orthodox Parish

"I am going to a meeting of the Lambeth Commission in Kanuga soon and we are asking what does it mean to be in relationship; what are the limits and what are the bonds we have? This Lambeth Commission has brought worldwide attention to a Communion on the brink of disaster."

Read more
June 07 2004 By virtueonline PENNYSLVANIA: Bennison Makes Unwelcome Visit to Largest Diocesan Parish

On Saturday night more than 300 showed up for a special Eucharistic service at the orthodox parish called by the rector Fr. Greg Brewer.

In his sermon Bennison said Jesus made a distinction between his earthly message and the message he reveals to us. "There is to be a continuing, evolving, revelation for all of us. We do not limit the truth of God. There is more truth to come from his word."

Read more
June 06 2004 By virtueonline American Woman Priest Lands Top Post In Province Of Uganda

Her appointment comes at a time when relations between the Episcopal Church and the eight million-strong Province of Uganda is seriously strained, with the African Primate declaring himself to be in broken communion with ECUSA's presiding bishop Frank T. Griswold because he participated in the consecration of an openly homoerotic bishop to the Diocese of New Hampshire.

Read more
June 05 2004 By virtueonline Lambeth Palace Blunders On Canada Same-Sex Blessings Press Release

"The decision to defer the question of the right of dioceses over same sex blessings offers hope for the continuing collegiality of the Anglican Communion. It is important that the Canadian church has held back from a structural shift that would have run counter to the pleas and wishes of the Primates' meeting last Autumn and of so many around the Communion," wrote Williams.

Read more
June 05 2004 By virtueonline Orthodox Episcopalians Call For New North American Province

It asks for a full recognition of the Anglican Communion Network by the Primates as the legitimate arm of orthodoxy in The Episcopal Church, USA.

The group also demands the immediate cessation of the "blessing" of same-sex unions; discipline and censure of ECUSA for its ongoing ungodly actions.

Read more
June 05 2004 By virtueonline AAC President Says Griswold Has Lost Total Respect Of Primates

What we are trying to do base is develop an organization and build an infrastructure for the Anglican Communion Network (NACDP) and the AAC.

VIRTUOSITY: Where are things going? What are the scenarios you see playing out?

ANDERSON: It is so much up to where the international situation moves; what comes out of the Lambeth (Eames) Commission and how Lambeth Palace deals with it.

VIRTUOSUTY: Are you optimistic about the future or pessimistic?

Read more
June 04 2004 By virtueonline CANADA: The Fatal Decisions Of General Synod

These two actions will only serve to alienate the Canadian Church from the worldwide Anglican Communion which is overwhelmingly orthodox in faith and morals, and secondly it will continue its gadarene slide towards extinction, even as it boasts a doctrine of inclusion that, in fact, saves no one and nothing.

Read more
June 04 2004 By virtueonline African Bishop Decries ECUSA's Tainted Money

"The devil is always against the will of God. We have three enemies, the world, the flesh and the devil. We should not allow the world to swallow us up."

The bishop said the African Church would never again accept money from The Episcopal Church under its present leadership.

Canon Michael Green, England's premier evangelical Anglican preacher and Wycliffe College teacher said that African bishops have declined to take any more tainted money from ECUSA.

Read more
June 02 2004 By virtueonline CANADA: Anglicans Prepare For Watershed Decision On Same-Sex Blessings

The 5-part resolution wants to affirm the jurisdiction and authority for diocesan synods with the consent of their bishops to bless committed same sex unions, but not marriage rites. That presumably would come later.

The general predictions are that the preparations for synod and the tactics of persuasion have been sufficiently successful that the resolutions of the Council of General Synod (COGS) will see these resolutions pass.

Read more


Trinity School for Ministry
Go To Top