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December 14 2020 By dvirtue RZIM Apologist Sends Stunning Letter: Says Ministry Has Lost Trust & Needs to Make "Meaningful Reparations"

When contacted, Baker-Hytch confirmed the authenticity of the letter but added that he did not know who leaked it. He also declined to discuss the letter's content on the record.

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December 14 2020 By dvirtue AUSTRALIA: Anglican Church 'on a path to disintegration' over blessing same-sex unions

The tribunal found it would not breach the church's fundamental declarations and principles, and it was up to each diocese whether they allowed such blessings. Many LGBTQ people of faith still want such a blessing from their bishop or priest even if they are not able to marry in their church.

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December 12 2020 By dvirtue Episcopal Diocese Signals Truro Anglican Sale Possible

That assessment is similarly held by Episcopalians.

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December 11 2020 By dvirtue Anglican Church in Uganda disowns Murderous Priest

At the time of her death, Deborah Ssekibaala, 45, was the head teacher at Kikamulo Church of Uganda Primary School located in Nakaseke. She is survived by five children. She had been a member of the Mothers' Union Fellowship attached to St. Mark's Cathedral in Luweero Diocese.

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December 09 2020 By dvirtue New Anglican jurisdiction is launched Supported by GAFCON

This initiative follows Gafcon's previous support for the establishment of AMiE and the Scottish Anglican Network; it also replaces the oversight generously provided up until now by the Anglican Network in Canada and which ends on December 31st.

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December 05 2020 By dvirtue AUSTRALIA: Church punches below the belt then knocks out its fighting priest

There's back-story here. Dave Smith had been divorced before, decades earlier. That's why he was never tenured as full rector but was nominally a "priest in charge". But the story goes even further back, to Dave's father Bruce.

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December 03 2020 By dvirtue Anglicans Raped and Killed in Democratic Republic of Congo

One of the survivors, Tony Longi an Anglican said, "It was very early in the morning of November 22nd when the rebels attacked our village. I escaped from my house through the hind door and hid in the latrine."

He said that through the ventilator of the latrine he saw the rebels killing 4 members of his family including his wife and 3 children.

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November 29 2020 By dvirtue Church of England LGBT group threaten to abandon dialogue if promises not made on gay marriage

Among others, the letter was co-signed by Rev Colin Coward, founder of Changing Attitude England, the Very Rev Michael Sadgrove, Dean Emeritus of Durham, and Canon Jeremy Pemberton.

"We need to know whether you are able to express public support for the full equality of LGBTIQ+ people in ministry and relationship in the Church of England," they wrote.

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November 28 2020 By dvirtue Episcopal Cathedral Hosts Moore, Curry on Healing National Divide

The virtual webconference was sponsored by the Episcopal Church's Washington National Cathedral and the National Institute for Civic Discourse at the University of Arizona.

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November 27 2020 By dvirtue Australian General Synod to consider legal opinions on same-sex blessings

Archbishop Glenn Davies has written to clergy, saying he finds the opinion 'hard to fathom, as it is contrary to the teaching of the Bible'.

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