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June 24 2022 By dvirtue GLOBAL SOUTH LEADERS CALL FOR RESTATEMENT OF TRADITIONAL TEACHING AT LAMBETH

Bishop Henry Scriven, General Secretary of EFAC, continued, "The current challenge to biblical orthodoxy by modern culture in the West should be regarded by the Church as a unique opportunity to answer these deep and fundamental questions -- pointing people to God, not encouraging them, in their confusion, to try secularist ideas, philosophies and hormonal and medical treatments which will never meet their deeper longings. Only a personal relationship with Christ will.

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June 23 2022 By dvirtue Anglicans Challenged in COVID Slump and Abuse Investigations

The Falls Church is part of a larger story in which departing Anglicans have mostly concluded lawsuits with Episcopalians in Texas and South Carolina regarding the ownership of local church properties and now begin a season free of such disputes as other challenges take shape.

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June 23 2022 By dvirtue Anglican efforts in Africa weakened by Ukraine crisis

Their comments came as Human Rights Watch noted that many African countries relied on Russia and the Ukraine for wheat, fertiliser and vegetable oil, and that shortages were leading to a spike in food prices.

Last week the United Nations World Food Program also said the Ukraine situation was exacerbating climbing food prices and fuel shortages that had already been affected by COVID, regional conflicts and climate-related disasters in many African communities.

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June 23 2022 By dvirtue THE SHORT LIFE OF THE EPISCOPAL DIOCESE OF FORT WORTH

Matagorda was in the then Republic of Texas which, for 10 years from 1836-1846, was a separate sovereign nation wedged between the United States to the east, Indian Territory to the north and Mexico to the south and west. Therefore, Fr. Ives was appointed as the foreign missionary to Texas by the Foreign Committee of the Board of Missions of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society, commonly called The Episcopal Church.

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June 20 2022 By dvirtue 'CALL TO PRAYER' ISSUED TO UK EVANGELICALS AHEAD OF 2022 LAMBETH CONFERENCE

Some senior Archbishops, such as those of Nigeria, Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya have chosen not to go, whilst others from the Global South Fellowship of Anglican Churches (representing around 75% of the Communion's worshippers) are attending but have made it very clear they fully support those who have not.

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June 20 2022 By dvirtue Rwanda's Anglican leader slams Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby for wading into the row over UK's asylum plan

In contrast to Mr Welby, an Eton-educated former oil executive, Archbishop Mbanda said he spent most of his life as a refugee in Burundi and knew how it felt to be without a home.

Archbishop Laurent Mbanda , Rwanda's Anglican leader lived in exile like many Rwandans.

He said that, like him, many Rwandans had lived in exile because of genocide in the 1990s and understood the issues faced by people fleeing their homes.

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June 18 2022 By dvirtue DEATH AGAIN COMES TO AN ALABAMA EPISCOPAL CHURCH - UPDATED

The call for help came in at approximately 6:22 p.m. when Vestavia Hills police were notified that there was a lone active shooter at the church located at 3775 Crosshaven Drive.

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June 15 2022 By dvirtue ACNA COLLEGE OF BISHOPS CONSENTS TO ELECTION OF THREE BISHOPS

On February 28, 2022, the Rev. Willie J. Hill Jr. was elected as the Bishop of the Reformed Episcopal Diocese of the Southeast at a special clergy-laity assembly.

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June 13 2022 By dvirtue Abuse survivors call for boycott of Episcopal Diocese of Virginia

"Given this utter lack of integrity, we are calling on all persons who have experienced abuse to boycott the diocese and to withhold all types of support," Bonetti announced. "That includes pledges, bequests, loose plate donations, volunteer labor, and anything else that might allow the diocese to continue business as normal.

"Our demands are fair, reasonable, and consistent with the church's theology:

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June 10 2022 By dvirtue Parishes that split from SC Episcopal Church hopeful they could keep properties after all

On April 20, the state's top court ordered that 14 of the 29 congregations that split from the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina were to hand over the properties to the Episcopal Church. It appeared that the court's decision put an end to a decadelong legal battle over the ownership of dozens of church properties valued at roughly $200 million.

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