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November 23 2020 By dvirtue AUSTRALIA: House of Bishops' Statement in response to the Opinions of the Appellate Tribunal

We recognise that the Appellate Tribunal Opinions affirm it is possible for clergy, in some contexts, to exercise this ministry. It does not authorise Anglican clergy to officiate at weddings other than those between a man and a woman.

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November 23 2020 By dvirtue UGANDA: Anglican Archbishop uses football to preach the Word of God

''I like Arsenal and became a fan because it was pro-African. It had many youthful players from Africa."

He said that after realizing many youths in Uganda supported Arsenal, he got an idea that he should use his support to reach youths who support it and use it to teach them the Word of God.

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November 20 2020 By dvirtue A Statement of the Board of Gafcon Australia -- Appellate Tribunal Matters November 2020

Around the Anglican Communion where developments of this kind have occurred (notably, the US, Canada, New Zealand and Scotland) orthodox Anglicans have found themselves ostracised or isolated from their own Dioceses and Bishops.

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November 17 2020 By dvirtue Anglican Church of Rwanda Marches on and Grows in Strength

Another tweet identified only as Kmerarry asked, "Where is this coming up and when is it going to be complete?"

Definitely the new infrastructure project has caused a lot of excitement from faithful Anglicans locally and across the world.

The Anglican Church of Rwanda (ACR or EAR in French) is a province of the Anglican Communion, covering 11 dioceses in Rwanda. There are over 1,000,000 Anglicans in Rwanda, making P.E.A.R. one of the largest church bodies in the country.

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November 14 2020 By dvirtue UGANDA: Anglican priest accused of killing his wife

According to police, the Rev. Sekibaala first strangled his wife before pouring petrol on her body and setting it on fire.

Police said that the killer wanted the police and public to believe that she died from fire, but when the body was taken to Mulago hospital for a postmortem it was established that she had been first strangled before the body was burnt.

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November 14 2020 By dvirtue Attempt to impose same-sex domestic partnerships on British Overseas Territory Criticized

In August 2020, Baroness Sugg, British Overseas Territories Minister of the FCDO, instructed the Governor of the Cayman Islands to use the UK's reserve powers to impose same-sex "Domestic Partnerships" on Cayman. She also copied Premiers and Opposition Leaders of the other OT's. This decision is clearly meant to set legal precedents and reflects the UK's global policy on sex, personal identity, marriage and family.

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November 14 2020 By dvirtue Anglican Church of Tasmania finalises $3.65 million of compensation to survivors of sexual abuse

It says "all the assets of the Diocese" are on the table to secure the funds.

The Synod of the Anglican Church heard on Saturday that $2.225 million will be directed towards civil litigation settlements, with a commitment to pay $1.226 million through the National Redress Scheme.

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November 13 2020 By dvirtue Appellate Tribunal of the Anglican Church of Australia Blesses Same-Sex Marriage

The Diocese of Newcastle passed legislation in similar terms to the Wangaratta Diocese authorising the use of a blessing service. However, the Bishop did not provide his assent to the legislation within the required 30 days and, accordingly, the legislation lapsed. There is nothing to prevent the legislation being reintroduced at a subsequent synod and, if assented to by the Bishop it will form part of the law of the diocese of Newcastle.

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November 11 2020 By dvirtue Allegations of corruption against Gospel for Asia reveals links to GAFCON

In a nationwide raid at many States, the Income Tax department unearthed huge amounts of cash and more than 500 crores illegal (hawala) money swindling by the self-styled Christian denomination head K P Yohannan, who is running Believers Church and Gospel Asia.

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November 11 2020 By dvirtue Episcopal Church General Seminary Dean to Step Down

Dunkle stated his discernment that the "Holy Spirit is calling me to conclude that season and make room for the next person called to lead General. It's not about any particular event or circumstance." The seminary dean wrote that he did not know "who God might be preparing to call next to General nor do I know what God has in store for me."

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