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March 21 2021 By dvirtue UGANDA: Anglican Priest Constructs Two Churches for Catholics

The Rev. Samuel Murangi, who serves as a chancellor of FINS Medical University is an Anglican priest with a big heart.

''He has shown his faith and love for his neighbors in their need by sharing what he has with whomever is in need," said Paul Kisige a lay leader in one of the two Churches constructed by Murangi.

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March 20 2021 By dvirtue CANADA: Church's general secretary says opinion has 'no legal standing in our canonical structures'

In 2016, General Synod voted in favour of amending the canon to allow same-sex marriages, but the resolution, which needed two successive votes at General Synod, failed in 2019. However, since 2016, some dioceses have been permitting same-sex marriage; Jones's memo has been sometimes cited as justification for this decision.

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March 19 2021 By dvirtue Potential new Anglican Communion province proposed for Mozambique and Angola

The proposals would see the current four Anglican dioceses in the two countries increased to 12.

The single diocese serving the whole of Angola, which became a fully-fledged diocese on Saint Andrew's Day (30 November) 2019, after 16 years as a Missionary Diocese, will become four dioceses: Luanda North, Luanda South, Uige, and Central and South of Angola.

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March 17 2021 By dvirtue GAFCON Establishes Beach Head on Isle of Wight

On the Isle of Wight we want to faithfully work out the goals of GAFCON Global, by:

1. Proclaiming Christ faithfully to all people

2. Defending the church against heretical and false teachers

3. Providing a 'home' for anyone looking for authentic Biblical Anglicanism

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March 15 2021 By dvirtue Albany Bishop Resigns from HOB and The Episcopal Church

This is without any anger or animosity, only sadness on the parting of friends. 2021 marks fifty years of ordination. I am very grateful to Christ Jesus for the high privilege of serving Him and the Diocese of Albany, whose clergy and people I cherish in my heart.

Carol and I are deeply appreciative of the years of laboring alongside all of you. We pray that in the end we shall all be gathered around His throne, there to be friends for eternity in the communion of saints.

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March 15 2021 By dvirtue Christian scientist John Polkinghorne dies at 90

He remained an honorary fellow of the college until his death in Cambridge on March 10.

Polkinghorne enjoyed a distinguished career at Cambridge University, having previously been a professor of mathematical physics from 1968 until 1979, when he resigned to study for the priesthood.

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March 13 2021 By dvirtue AUSTRALIA: Anglican Church faces shortage of ministers, churches in the bush as it repays victims of child sexual abuse

In a bid to balance its books, the church is also asking new ministers to raise up to $30,000 to help run their churches before relocating out west.

Bishop Mark Calder said the church was at a crossroads between delivering services to remote communities and paying off its debt.

"We're feeling the impact, not only of past devastating sins, but of past poor planning, and failing to modernise the ministry overtime," Bishop Calder said.

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March 11 2021 By dvirtue Survey: Churchgoers say they plan to return to in-person services

"Many of these pastors are wondering if those who haven't returned ever will," Scott McConnell, executive director of Lifeway Research, said in a press release. "Nine in 10 churchgoers plan to when it is safe to do so."

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March 07 2021 By dvirtue Anglican Bishop Trevor Mwamba based in Botswana and Germany has returned home to take up the UNIP Presidency

Bishop Mwamba said this coming Thursday, he will announce his intention to contest the position of the party president in the former ruling party at Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Lusaka and file his nominations on 7th March to contest the party presidency at the forthcoming UNIP General Conference.

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March 05 2021 By dvirtue ACNA Diocese of San Joaquin says "Dear Gay Anglican" Letter does not support College of Bishops Statement

I will be asking all of our clergy to prayerfully read the College of Bishop's Pastoral Letter and to discuss it at your clericus meetings. Below are links to:

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