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October 11 2020 By dvirtue COMMUNION PARTNER BISHOPS OFFER MEANINGLESS, POSTURING STATEMENT CONCERNING BISHOP LOVE

STATEMENT FROM THE COMMUNION PARTNERS

Support for Bishop Love (Oct. 10, 2020)

We, Communion Partner Bishops, stand in support of our brother, the Rt. Rev’d William Love, as he responds to the ruling of the Disciplinary Board concerning his Pastoral Direction of November, 2018. We support unreservedly his convictions on the church’s traditional teaching on marriage. We continue to uphold him and his diocese in prayer in a very difficult time.

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October 09 2020 By dvirtue THAT INCREDIBLY SHRINKING EPISCOPAL CHURCH

Statistics recently released by the Office of the General Convention show membership in an uninterrupted drop of 38,404 persons to 1,637,945 (-2.29%) in 2019, while average Sunday attendance declined 13,547 persons to 518,411 (-2.25%).

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October 09 2020 By dvirtue Albany Bishop touches Hem of Curry's Cassock and is Healed of his Homophobia

"Out of the cloud of unknowing hanging over Schenectady, I heard a voice say, 'this is my beloved presiding bishop, hear ye him. He hath brought much love, joy and unity to the Anglican Communion following the enlightened royal wedding 'love' sermon and his understanding of 'beloved community.' Touch his hem and thou shalt be healed.'"

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October 05 2020 By dvirtue ALBANY: Orthodox Episcopal Bishop Found Guilty of Violating Marriage Canon

"While I am very disappointed and strongly disagree with the Decision of the Hearing Panel, particularly their argument that B012 was passed as an authorized revision to the Book of Common Prayer, they have issued their judgement. Unfortunately, given the nature of this case, I have no reason to believe that appealing the Hearing Panel's Decision would result in any different outcome."

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October 01 2020 By dvirtue Bishop Michael Curry says he could 'feel the presence of slaves' at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nuptials and called it a 'sign of hope' for the future

St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle is not exactly a plantation where one might be excused for feeling the "presence of slaves".

But Episcopal Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, the leader of half a million practicing Episcopalians said he did and it was accurately reported in a British newspaper.

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September 29 2020 By dvirtue AMY CONEY BARRETT: A Faithful Judge for our Times

According to Wikipedia, People of Praise is a Christian community. As a parachurch organization, membership is open to any baptized Christian who affirms the Nicene Creed and agrees to the community's covenant. Most of its members are Catholics, but Protestants can also join, reflecting the ecumenical nature of People of Praise. People of Praise has 22 branches in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean, with approximately 1,700 members.

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September 27 2020 By dvirtue 'God is calling us to repent of our known sins' -- Archbishop Foley Beach

"God is calling his Church to repent so the Holy Spirit can do a work in us even now. It is not just asking God's forgiveness, but repentance and turning away from our sin, it is changing our minds from doing our will to doing God's will."

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September 18 2020 By dvirtue Anglican Archbishop Addresses Culture Wars, Church, Politics and Race in a Time of COVID

VOL: Who was critical in you coming to know Jesus Christ? A person? A book?

ARCHBISHOP BEACH: Pastor Ron Irvin prayed with me to receive Christ at age 12. Rev. Mike Carreker and Rev. Bill Murray helped me to understand following him. Since those early days, God has used numerous people and books to help me know and understand Jesus better.

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September 14 2020 By dvirtue Why Revival Won't Come Soon to America

So, take your pick. Jesus is coming back because American evangelical comfort zones are being violated, there is growing gun violence, America will go Marxist if Joe Biden wins in November and a disease is racking the land; alternatively, revival will come that will miraculously stop it all.

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September 11 2020 By dvirtue ACNA AND EPISCOPAL MISSIONARY CHURCH ENTER INTO FORMAL CONCORDAT

The Episcopal Missionary Church has been in a Concordat with The Charismatic Episcopal Church (CEC) since 1994, and also for several years, with a number of other churches which have their roots in the Anglican Tradition.

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