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April 09 2021 By dvirtue FCE South American Synod declares Impaired Communion with Primus John Fenwick

This proposal was rejected by Revd Jonatas in a letter to Central Trust, affirming the illegitimacy of such proposal, since Central Trust was never our minister's employer. His contract was with the local church. The response from the denomination was that the diocesan Bishop went behind the back of our minister, calling a minority of members in the Church to seek their support to close St. Stephen's and force our minister into redundancy.

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April 08 2021 By dvirtue LORD HAVE MERCY ON MYANMAR

2. If you are a medical staff helping injured protesters, then you can be arrested and tortured or get killed. Even if you are working in your own clinic treating the wounded patients, you can still be abducted or tortured.

3. Doesn't matter if you stay home or go out to protest, you can get killed anytime without any valid reason due to random gunfire.

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April 07 2021 By dvirtue Nicholas Drayson elected Primate of the Anglican Church of South America

He is also a member of the Anglican Consultative Council, and an Eco-Bishop as part of the Anglican Communion Environmental Network.

The province asks for prayers for Presiding Bishop Nicholas and his wife Catherine.

VOL: A source told VOL that he is orthodox but an institutionalist. He has been invited to participate in GAFCON events.

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April 06 2021 By dvirtue Anglicans in Uganda Console Catholics over Archbishop's Death

He said that on the day before his death they were together in the way of the cross but he did not show any signs of sickness. He said that there was lunch after the way of the cross but he refused to eat saying that he was fasting.

The Vicar general of Kampala diocese Charles Kasibante said burial will take place on Thursday.

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April 04 2021 By dvirtue A STATEMENT FROM ARCHBISHOP BEACH ON THE RECEPTION OF BISHOP LOVE

A statement regarding the Right Reverend William H. Love

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April 03 2021 By dvirtue Former Episcopal Bishop Appointed Bishop in the Anglican Church in North America

Bishop Love will assist Bishop Dobbs in providing episcopal ministry to the congregations, church plants and other ministries of the ADLW.

A statement regarding the Right Reverend William H. Love

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April 01 2021 By dvirtue Joint Primate Statement from Abp. Foley Beach & Abp. Henry Ndukuba

• Both the Anglican Church in North America and the Church of Nigeria are
committed to Lambeth 1998 resolution 1.10
• Both churches are committed to the Jerusalem Declaration (2008)
• Both churches uphold the teachings of the Bible on Hum an Sexuality and Marriage
• Both churches are committed to honouring and blessing each other

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April 01 2021 By dvirtue COVID-19 is nothing before Jesus Christ

He said that he was grateful this Easter that some members of the Churches are allowed to gather in their Church buildings to celebrate Jesus' resurrection.

He said that he also encourages the government to lift the restrictions on children going to Church. Just as children are returning to school, the church is very ready to receive the children for only one hour per week in an organized way that upholds the SOPs. He said the children need to be in church with their families.

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April 01 2021 By dvirtue Conservative Episcopal Bishop: Out!

Curry had earlier restricted Love's ministry, preventing him from disciplining any clergy who violated his restriction on the use of same-sex rites. Later brought up on charges before a church Hearing Panel, Love did not contest the facts of the case, but argued that he acted in accordance with his ordination vows.

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March 30 2021 By dvirtue Bishop Love to Join Anglican Church in North America

There is no way to adequately express how truly honored and blessed I have been to serve as your bishop these past 14 years. It has been one of the greatest highlights and privileges of my life. I love and appreciate each of you and wish you only the very best and all God's blessings in the days and years to come. I am so appreciative to Fr. Scott Garno and the Standing Committee for their sound and faithful leadership during this time of transition.

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