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August 29 2022 By virtueonline Another religious man arrested for arms trafficking to Haiti - an Episcopalian

The Haitian newspaper Le Nouvelliste notes that it learned from police sources that the arrest of accountant Jean Gilles Jean Mary took place on Tuesday by agents of the Central Directorate of the Judicial Police (DCPJ).

"His arrest came after he signed, between 2017 and 2021, several documents authorizing the disbursement of funds from the account of the Episcopal Church to the account of an international arms dealer, wanted by the DCPJ," the newspaper indicates.

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August 28 2022 By dvirtue Archbishop of Wales offers his support to Pride Cymru

It has been 12 months since the Church in Wales passed a Bill to allow same-sex blessings in our church buildings and I am proud of this achievement. My episcopal colleagues and I fully support our LGBT+ friends.

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August 23 2022 By dvirtue SYDNEY: Response to the creation of the Diocese of the Southern Cross

Parishes, schools and organisations in the Diocese of Sydney are not affected by this development and there will be no change to our structures. We are committed to the reform of the Anglican Church of Australia from within our existing ecclesial structures including the General Synod.

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August 23 2022 By dvirtue LAMBETH '22: THE NEWS YOU MAY NOT HAVE SEEN OR HEARD

Former General Secretary of the Evangelical Fellowship of the Anglican Communion (EFAC), Vinay Samuel from India, notes that a revolution must be true to God's word, empowered by the Spirit and centred in Christ, as there are many human revolutions in the world. Love is not the only foundation for revolution. It has to go with truth.

Disagreeing well

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August 18 2022 By dvirtue SC Supreme Court Approves Petition for Rehearing Sought by Six Parishes of the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina - UPDATED

The earlier April 20 ruling stated that 15 parish properties of the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina will also remain with the Anglican Diocese. They are: All Saints, Florence; Church of our Savior, John's Island; Church of the Cross, Bluffton; Christ-St. Paul's, Yonges Island; Epiphany, Eutawville; Redeemer, Orangeburg; Resurrection, Surfside/Myrtle Beach; St. Helena's, Beaufort; St. Paul's, Bennettsville; St. Paul's, Summerville; St. Philip's, Charleston; St. Luke & St.

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August 16 2022 By dvirtue EPISCOPAL CHURCH ENDORSES SEX CHANGES FOR CHILDREN 'AT ALL AGES

And so naturally the Episcopal Church chose this moment to issue a blanket endorsement of so-called "gender-affirming care" at any age. From the Episcopal House of Deputies Resolution:

Resolved, that the 80th General Convention calls for the Episcopal Church to advocate for access to gender affirming care in all forms (social, medical, or any other) and at all ages as part of our Baptismal call to "respect the dignity of every human being"; and be it further

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August 16 2022 By dvirtue SOUTHERN CROSS: THE NEW ANGLICAN DIOCESE

We had hoped that our national church would resist the decline into liberal revisionist teaching ... this hope was in vain.

Gafcon Australia was set up some years ago as a "break glass in case of emergency" measure.[1] We had hoped that our national church would resist the decline into liberal revisionist teaching that has characterised the Anglican Church in the West. But this year proved that this hope was in vain:

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August 16 2022 By dvirtue PAKISTAN: Anglican Primate Reflects on Lambeth and the Issues Facing his Country

The Church of Pakistan is clearly orthodox and biblically based. We are the product of missionaries from CMS, USPG, the Methodist Missionary Society and the Lutherans. We are biblical, orthodox and missional. We have not given up on the mission of Christ and the Great Commission. We brought the same witness to the Lambeth Conference where we met likeminded people who have been encouraging to us as well.

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August 07 2022 By dvirtue Statement from the Lambeth Conference on Nigeria, responses from Nigeria, and Press Conference response from Archbishop Justin Welby

Nigeria is a country that is richly endowed with highly skilled human, natural, and mineral resources, a country with a huge contribution to make on the world stage.

The bishops are particularly grieved by the security, economic, religious and political challenges faced by Nigeria and Nigerians. Nigeria remains a regular prayer point for the prayers of bishops across the Communion.

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August 07 2022 By dvirtue Statement of Support for the people of Myanmar/Burma Sponsor: Bishops of Myanmar at Lambeth Conference

Both the situation of the Rohingya community, which has been brought before the International Court of Justice in The Hague, Netherlands, and that of internal law and order, have given rise to grave reservations both regionally and internationally about respect for human dignity, democratic plurality and fundamental liberty.

This includes the freedom of religion or belief, and honouring the sanctity and inviolability of places of worship.

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