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April 03 2022 By dvirtue AAF Petition to the Episcopal Church General Convention 2022

Resolved that this 2022 Convention reinstate all 700 or more deposed clergy for abandonment of Communion who upheld their ordination vows in this dispute, with full rights, benefits and privileges returned, including renewal of their licenses.

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April 01 2022 By dvirtue LAMBETH PALACE: Primates Issue Communique

3. This meeting was our first opportunity to gather in-person since the
Primates' Meeting in Jordan in January 2020. We have benefited from
meeting online twice since then, but we wish to express how wonderful it is
to be able to meet, once again, face to face.

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March 31 2022 By dvirtue Global meeting of Anglican primates takes place in London

This week's meeting is the first in-person gathering of Anglican primates since they met in Jordan in January 2020. International travel restrictions to protect against the COVID-19 pandemic has prevented further in-person meetings until now. The primates held online meetings in November 2020 and 2021 to discuss a range of issues, including the global impact of the pandemic.

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March 30 2022 By dvirtue Anglican Church in Malawi overwhelmed by Anglicans who commit suicide

"The priests discussed how they should handle suicide funerals as there are a lot of incidents such, that when it comes to the church their hands are tied," said Malasa.

He then revealed a plan for the church to conduct research on the cause of the rise of suicide cases in the country was in order.

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In mid-March the entire Search Committee met for the difficult work of identifying five semi-finalists. The task for the phase now underway is gathering written responses to a set of Trinity-related questions, a "deeper dive" in the areas of social media, references, teaching, publications, and second interviews.

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March 26 2022 By dvirtue A message from the chaplain of St Andrew's Moscow

But it is precisely our powerlessness which means that there are things that we can do. We are gospel people, who serve a crucified but risen Lord. We are the 'nobodies' of 1 Corinthians 1, and it is our very powerlessness and insignificance and foolishness that can also be our strength, if it is handed to God.

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March 24 2022 By dvirtue Why the future of the world's largest religion is female -- and African

I research women in global Christianity and am frequently asked what percentage of the religion is female. The short answer is 52%. But the long answer is more complicated -- women make up a much more substantial part of Christianity than that number makes it seem.

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March 24 2022 By dvirtue Archbishop Ben Kwashi addresses GAFCON GBE meeting

On the evening of 22nd March, Archbishop Benjamin Kwashi spoke via Zoom, to an audience consisting mostly of members of the Gafcon Great Britain and Europe branch, with others looking in from Africa and North America. Interviewed by Bishop Andy Lines of the Anglican Network in Europe, Archbishop Ben began by recounting his journey of growing up in a Christian home, then making a firm commitment to following Christ at the age of 20.

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March 24 2022 By dvirtue Episcopal Church Bishops Pledge Transgender and Non-Binary Support

The bishops' statement, introduced by Episcopal Diocese of Texas Bishop Suffragan Kai Ryan, voices "love and continued support for all persons who identify as transgender or non-binary and their families." It goes on to "decry legislative initiatives and governmental actions targeting trans children and their families."

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March 18 2022 By dvirtue Alleged US Anglican abuse victims break with ACNAtoo and support bishop

The BelieveUsToo statement said Ruch and the Upper Midwest Diocese have been unfairly blamed for Rivera's abuse, and also claimed ACNAtoo co-founder Joanna Rudenborg is "unfit" to be a victim advocate.

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