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October 30 2022 By dvirtue WHY I LEFT THE CHURCH OF NIGERIA FOR THE ACNA

Bishop Orji also stated "I'm no longer able to be part of a mission that violates my conscience and understanding of Godly Christian ministry and mission in North America" in a letter to the Primate of the Church of Nigeria dated October 23rd, 2022.

Below is the full statement:

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October 29 2022 By dvirtue Primates of Nigeria, Rwanda and the ACNA consecrate three bishops for Britain

Coming directly from the Gafcon Primates' meeting in Kigali, Rwanda, the presence of these Archbishops (along with other bishops from New Zealand, the USA and Canada) sends a strong and clear message that the global church stands shoulder to shoulder with their authorised home for historic, orthodox, faithful, Biblical, confessional Anglicans across Europe.

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October 29 2022 By dvirtue ANGLICAN DIOCESE OF THE WEST TO AFFILIATE WITH ANGLICAN CHURCH IN NORTH AMERICA

"We are excited about our move to ACNA and feel that this is the not only the right time, but also the right direction for our churches within the Anglican Diocese of the West," said Bishop Orji. The Bishop stated that not every church within the Diocese is expected to make the move to ACNA, but because the Diocesan Board vote was 16-1 in favor of the transition, he feels many churches will leave CONNAM and become part of the Anglican Church of North America. The Rt. Revd.

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October 26 2022 By dvirtue MALAWI: Anglican Bishop Excommunicated

Confirming the development in a separate interview yesterday, chairperson of the Anglican Council in Malawi Bishop Alinafe Kalemba said the archbishop has appointed Vicar General Canon Grant Tebulo as the acting leader of Adus.

"Canon Tebulo will be overseeing the welfare of the diocese for now and he will be reporting to the Archbishop Chama," he said.

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October 23 2022 By dvirtue ACNA Bishop Stewart Ruch, accused of spiritual abuse, ends voluntary leave

Ruch stepped away from leadership in July of 2021, after admitting he had made "regrettable errors" in responding to allegations of sexual abuse by a lay minister in the diocese.

He and other leaders failed to act quickly on allegations against lay minister Mark Rivera, who is currently facing trial for felony child sexual abuse, according to a third-party review released in September.

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October 22 2022 By dvirtue THE ANGLICAN NETWORK IN EUROPE COMES OF AGE?

Just over five years later the fruits of those "missionary" endeavours were seen in the necessity for these three further consecrations, again by members of Gafcon's Primates Council and other bishops. But this time the consecrations were right here in Great Britain.

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October 20 2022 By dvirtue COMMUNIQUÉ FROM THE GAFCON PRIMATES COUNCIL

We agonized at the news that our brothers and sisters in Uganda, having had a devastating
experience of COVID-19 and a tragic famine, claiming far too many lives, are now dealing
with an outbreak of Ebola in four areas of the country. We prayed with Ugandan Archbishop
Stephen Kaziimba who was present in our meeting, and we also prayed for our brothers and
sisters in Uganda who are struggling under these circumstances.

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October 19 2022 By dvirtue Mere Anglican Conference Draws World Class Theologians to Discuss C.S. Lewis

The opening keynote address will be delivered by Oxford professor and theologian the Rev. Dr. Alister McGrath and the closing keynote by the Rev. Dr. Michael Ward, Oxford professor and Lewis scholar. Other eminent Lewis scholars and authors who will be speaking include Dr. Philip Ryken (President of Wheaton College), Dr. Simon Horobin (Professor, Magdalen College, Oxford), Dr. Amy Orr-Ewing (Director, Oxford Center for Christian Apologetics), Dr.

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October 19 2022 By dvirtue Church of Ireland's Archbishop of Dublin "Hobbled" By Diocesan Synod

The Irish Times is the most widely read newspaper amongst members of the Church of Ireland in the Republic. This dates back to the time of Irish Independence. Most Church of Ireland and Presbyterian Church of Ireland members supported the treaty negotiated by Michael Collins, as did the paper. The majority Roman Catholic population were split in their opinions. Since then, the Irish Times has been considered the paper of record by Protestants in the Republic.

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October 17 2022 By dvirtue Communique from the Australian Bishops after meeting Archbishop Justin Welby

Following the respectful and constructive conversations at our meeting in Adelaide in March, the bishops of the Anglican Church of Australia agreed that the work of deepening and strengthening relationships and trust across the national church required more regular opportunities to be together: to that end the Primate invited us to meet in Melbourne, 10-12 October.

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