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November 15 2005 By virtueonline PITTSBURGH: Orthodox Rally for the Faith...Ohio 4 leave diocese...ECUSA news...

It was a powerful and dramatic 72 hours in the life of many Episcopalians, former Episcopalians, and Anglicans from around the Anglican Communion. Almost one third of those in attendance were ex-Episcopalians now on the road to healthier spiritual lives under new orthodox jurisdictions that included anything from the Anglican Mission in America, the REC, to a plethora of overseas orthodox Primates.

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November 10 2005 By virtueonline Williams, Robinson meet, CofE Evangelicals furious, ECUSA dioceses in trouble

The uproar that ensued was predictable. British evangelicals excoriated Dr. Williams for his action, but a report that said evangelicals in the Diocese of London had asked London Bishop Richard Chartres to prevent Robinson from speaking was inaccurate. They asked that Robinson address the meeting in a secular venue, not in St. Martins. The evangelicals could not then be accused of trying to stifle free speech.

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November 05 2005 By virtueonline EGYPT: Global South Bishops rip Western revisionism...ECUSA news...more

Invited for the occasion was the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev. Dr Rowan Williams who, according to various reports, argued strenuously for sides to continue talking and listening to one another.

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October 25 2005 By virtueonline VIA MEDIA Strategy to Overthrow Orthodox bishops...ECUSA news...more.

DATE: November 15, 2006 (following General Convention 2006).

And so, dear readers, VirtueOnline can now tell you what has been planned for months -- the extirpation of all orthodox bishops in the Episcopal Church and the total evisceration of biblically faithful Episcopalians in The Episcopal Church.

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October 19 2005 By virtueonline Communion in Turbulence...Sydney acts...Eames under fire...ECUSA news...more

It was another turbulent week in the life of the Anglican Communion.

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October 12 2005 By virtueonline Why Americans flee liberal churches...HOB sets up property task force...more

He first visits the Episcopal Church, the former mainstay of the mainline denominations that has declined significantly in recent years. He learned how they reasoned away tradition and Scripture, how "contemporary virtues [like] tolerance have won out over biblical admonition," and how "admonitions to holy living suddenly become hate speech." They have followed all the popular trends, yet they have become unpopular, he writes.

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October 05 2005 By virtueonline SHOCK AND AWE HITS ECUSA....Powerful Florida Rector Flees Diocese...more

It is Bishop John Howard's worst nightmare come true. The Rev. Jim McCaslin, rector of All Souls in Jacksonville, told VirtueOnline that the bishop has said he is convinced that this is one of the strongest -- potentially THE strongest -- dioceses in our church and in our communion. "The impression that he would create is that the 'Florida Six' are simply a small dissident minority in an otherwise healthy and unified diocese," Fr. McCaslin said.

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September 29 2005 By virtueonline CONNECTICUT priests sue Smith and Griswold...TAC news...Diocesan news...more

The civil suit follows months of theological dispute and hostile actions by Bishop Smith, who stands in "opposition to traditional Christianity and Anglican teaching," according to the rectors of these churches.

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September 22 2005 By virtueonline NIGERIA makes big move...Williams must choose...CofE in trouble...ECUSA news...

2. In doing so, the Church of Nigeria has not pre-empted Canterbury's seat of honor in the Communion, but it has made "communion with the see of Canterbury" a second-order matter -- as it always should have been. Combined with Abp. Akinola's other statements about the Church of England, it seems clear that the Church of Nigeria is prepared to break communion with a mother church that has compromised the substance of the classic Reformation faith.

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September 14 2005 By virtueonline Primates see clash of world views...ECUSA News...more

What is happening is this: The recent birth of the Council of Anglican Provinces of the Americas and Caribbean (CAPAC), inspired by the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA), lead to the creation of a body that will "enable coordination, cooperation, collaboration, and communication, and to encourage mission as well as resource theological education and ministry of the Gospel in the Caribbean and the Americas." Lofty ideals, but certainly attainable.

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